Coaching in Organisation

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In any organisation, the leaders today face new challenges posed by a wider spectrum of people. With these challenges shorter span to enhance performance, it is crucial that the leaders are equipped with skills targeted at facilitating and accelerating the learning and development of their people.

The Role of Coaching in Organisation;

1. Principle

The principle of coaching is to build organisational capability for effective learning at the individual and organisational levels to create a feedback culture that enables individual reflection. The principle is achieved through formalised training and processes that enables effective practices of coaching.

2. Revelation

The revelation is to systematically develop the leaders from varying levels of incompetence to levels of competence and to have an organisation, where people learn fast and are able to generate, retain and transfer knowledge effectively at all levels through feedback structures, processes and competent leaders.

3. Value Motivated

Coaching in any organisation, should be driven by the values placed in the people of the organisation. The focus of these developmental processes is not only to enhance performance but also to enhance the individuals’ capabilities for self-learning and to gain positive career experiences.

Leaders, present and future, need to recognise that it is their responsibility to develop their people through effective coaching and facilitation. Coaching responsibility at all levels will enable people in the organisation to learn more effectively as individuals and as teams.

Through coaching, an organisation will become more adaptive and effective as envisioned by the organisation.