The value of a trusted, business-orientated confidant to help leaders highlight their ‘blind spots’, explore confidential topics and weigh-up options has never been greater. We help you enhance your value as a coach, support your organisation embed a coaching culture, and with executive coaching help you act quickly, decisively and confidently.
Coaching is increasingly considered an integral part of organisations’ strategic direction, infusing a person-centered and purpose-driven learning culture across the organisation to drive effective communication and accelerate performance.
In a fast-speed, globally competitive and complex world, organisation leaders must act quickly, decisively and confidently. Yet two-thirds of CEOs do not receive coaching or leadership advice according to Harvard Business Review May 2017 , despite evidence that organisations employing coaching produce stronger market performance.
Our leadership development programmes typically incorporate pragmatic coaching, supporting delegates through leadership development with one-to-one coaching to accelerate performance and develop leadership potential in support of the programme. We also work with clients to help select and train internal coaches as a foundation for their coaching journeys and to establish a performance-focused coaching culture.
There are a range of bespoke ways in which the Møller Institute team works strategically and practically with organisations in line with our purpose of inspiring individuals to be the best they can be and to accelerate the performance of the organisations which they serve.
Our internationally recognised team:
Enable organisations to achieve world-class performance through coaching approaches
Empower organisations to build coaching cultures that unleash the potential of individuals to work at their very best
We offer a rigorous coach training programme that enable internal staff to coach others in a performance-focused, transformational and ethical manner.
Drawing upon our extensive experience of working with businesses and organisations, we provide coaching-based consultancy for the development of performance-focused coaching cultures. No two organisations are the same and we co-create developmental journeys. The introduction and establishment of coaching cultures is a long term journey.
Just as each individual is unique, so is each organisation. The Moller Institute team works closely with organisations to enable them to develop performance-focused, bespoke coaching culture There is generally a four-stage process that enables this to happen:
Start (assess organisation readiness and identify entry points for coaching)
Energise (commence activity and build commitment)
Embed (integrate coaching across the organisation)
Sustain (provide ongoing expertise and support to maintain and enhance coaching excellence)
While there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach, there are many foundations that we put in place with organisations to help them build their coaching cultures. This draws upon our extensive experience of working with businesses and organisations.
After coaches have been trained, what’s next? Training cohort(s) of internal coaches is an important gateway to a coaching culture. Too often, however, momentum can be lost. We seek to encourage the highest levels of coaching professionalism and ethical working. We provide individual and group supervision, for example, which in itself can be transformational for internal coaches.
We will also work closely with the organisation’s coaching ‘champions’ on their personal and organisational journeys.
We have a team of trained and qualified coaches who engage with senior executives on a one-to-one basis, working with them to improve their performance and deal with transitional and transformational issues through coaching.
The team deliver one-to-one executive coaching for CEOs, directors and senior leaders with key roles across the organisation.
An important dimension here is to encourage leaders to develop and apply coaching skills when working with their colleagues. Indeed, we consider that a leader’s coaching skills are very important when a business embarks upon a coaching journey. These leaders are crucial role models.