Why coaching for individuals, teams and organisations supports financial services
We work with leaders, teams and organisations to coach and create a powerful coaching culture that supports sustainable performance, inclusivity, growth and transformation
What is coaching and why is it so important?
Coaching is about helping people to find their own solutions and to make good decisions. Coaching helps individuals understand themselves and others better which in turn helps organisations unlock innovation, build engagement, and sustainable performance. When people are engaged they build resilience in teams.
When I think about a coaching culture,
I think about the ability to drive high performing teams, where a team have a common goal and clear expectations
Global Head of Product & Client Solutions
What a Coaching way of Leading can teach us as Business Leaders
You cannot be a good Coach and by implication a Business Leader if you do not embrace inclusivity, enthusiasm, ambition and consistency. Giving honest feedback is also essential and integral to a Coaching way of Leading
The future is Leader as Coach
Today’s organisations face the constant need to evolve and adapt, meet an ever-increasing client sophistication, and meaningfully manage the complexity and volume of data.
In a competitive world where you need to be fast-paced to survive, leaders are under pressure to deliver value: to be innovative, visionary and demonstrate the right behaviours to move their organisation forward. We believe that that future is Leader as Coach.
ICF accredited programmes for a Leader as Coach Culture
Our sister company, The Henka Institute™, brings together experts from around the globe to deliver ICF accredited coach training programmes. Our experience in delivering global leadership programmes has revealed the benefits of embedding a coaching culture in organisations.
Isn't it time for a reset in financial services
Financial Services is an industry that supports the heart of our communities. It is an industry with a noble and valliant purpose. And yet, as the last two decades have shown, the industry has been much maligned for its perceived lack of transparency, greed and the number of scandals that have beset it. We want to be part of the reset to make financial services valued again.