“The Usain Bolts of this world always mention their coaches as an integral part of their success.  What coach do you have?” 

Coaching starts with establishing with the individual, supervisor or manager and their head of department what the objective of the exercise will be. Is it to fill in gaps? Is it to propel top performers to do even better? Once agreed on goals and targets executive coaching is best described as an ongoing relationship focused on the client taking action toward the realization of their goals. It uses a process of inquiry and personal discovery to build the client’s self-awareness, encourages responsibility and provides the client with structure, support and feedback necessary to move forward.


  • Enhances worker productivity and performance
  • Increases retention of employees
  • Boosts motivation and commitment to corporate values and vision
  • Enables employees to respond quickly and more favourably to change.

Team dynamics are a constantly evolving process. Good teamwork contributes to the overall success of any organisation. However, few organisations take the time to fully articulate what they want from their team or from developing an effective intact team that is formed to accomplish organisational goals. Like all effective relationships, teams focusing on renewal need to take the time to understand the ground rules, set boundaries, communicate, clearly articulate expectations and goals. It is easy to get caught up in the process of constantly doing instead of taking the time to develop a cohesive team. When your organisation has been so busy “doing” over the past ten years, now may be an ideal time in the re-forming cycle.  Particularly in times of economic change, organisational restructuring, merger downsizing or introducing a new product line, re-establishment of team dynamics is essential.

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