CORPORATE TRAININGS

Overview

Corporate Coaching

Corporate coaching is not a form of classroom learning like many other corporate training programs. Corporate coaching is deeply motivational, and it strives to inspire employees to reach certain goals. This type of coaching concentrates on the individual, their happiness, and what they can do to help the organization be successful.

A good corporate coaching session teaches employees to maximize profits and productivity without being too forceful to any people who may work with them. Corporate coaching, when done from the top-level, changes the way an organization operates. Once senior management starts acting differently, the changes from the top work their way down and the organization changes.

Corporate coaching is not impact learning, which is learning by a one time exposure to an event. Impact learning, or regular corcporate training, typically only has a 2% retention rate among employees and is considered by many experts to be a waste of resources.

Corporate coaching usually works best when training small amounts of people. This allows people to speak up and be heard. Many people are embarrassed or scared to talk in front of large groups. Having a small training group can encourage those people to speak up.

It is easier for a corporate coach to find problems that are wasting time, money and other resources when small group training is implemented. If you are serious about solving your problems, let the coach do his job and identify where your main problems are.

Our offerings

Executive Coaching

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In the business world, OK is often not good enough... This holds especially true for the people who make the key business decisions in an organization. Corporate coaches help executives reach high levels of excellence. This is important, because when an organization is transformed, it must start from the top and work its way down.Coaching executives helps in the transformation of an organization from mediocre to excellent. Corporate coaching can transform an organization's performance by strengthening executive talent. Improving executive talent improves performance by enhancing leadership strengths that coincide with business goals.

Team Development

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Developing teams from the inside out can lead to great successes. Corporate coaches believe that members of a team intrinsically know the problems a team is facing, and that they often are the best suited to offer solutions and ideas.A corporate coach tries to bring these problems to light by encouraging team members to speak up about problems and creating a safe environment where differences can be discussed. Corporate coaches design and administer surveys to analyze team data for strengths and weaknesses to identify where developments need to happen.Corporate coaches provide insight and skills to help people communicate and interact effectively. They can teach managers how to be effective leaders, and how to tweak their actions to get optimal performance. A corporate coach will teach leadership, corporate culture, communication and working relationship management.

The benefits of coaching and mentoring in organizations

We use the techniques of NLP , life Coaching, Emotional Intelligence & motivation coaching.
  • Have desired positive behavioral change.
  • Develop leadership skills.
  • Help them to resolve any conflicts between their employees.
  • Technical people will have improved management skills.
  • Open the horizon of possibilities by bringing awareness and enabling actions.
  • Setting achievable and worthwhile goals
  • Overcoming procrastination
  • Gaining confidence in public speaking
  • Developing assertiveness
  • Improving communication and leadership skills
  • Overcoming fear of criticism, low self-esteem
  • Managing difficult employees or superiors
  • Strengthening self-confidence
  • Managing stress and change in the economy
  • Proactively increasing personal worth – bringing out your healthy-self
  • Managing promotion – change in responsibilities
  • Proactively making career transitions Business start-ups, vision, mission and strategy development