“Nothing is too high for a man to reach, but he must climb with care and confidence.” Hans Christian Andersen
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Coaching programmes typically run over a 6 – 12 month period of time to effect sustainable change. Coaching sessions are usually conducted on a one-to-one, face-to-face basis, with each meeting lasting one and a half or two hours, on a fortnightly or monthly basis. Coaching is normally conducted at the client’s work premises.
Who Can Provide Coaching?
Sometimes coaching can by provided by a suitably trained colleague, and an internal coaching system, with professional training and supervision, is to be recommended. However, this is not a job for the enthusiastic amateur. A coach should have undertaken lengthy study in psychology as well as their own personal development.
The benefits of an external professional coach include confidentiality, impartiality, and a depth of psychological/ therapeutic training and experience. The latter is important in order to a) prevent and/or contain unexpected vulnerability in the coachee; and to b) coach at a deeper level, challenging and shifting deeply rooted behavioural patterns (and therefore managerial styles) effectively. The issue of confidentiality becomes more important at senior levels. A coach should have experience and knowledge of both the business community and that of psychology.