Is conducted in person, with video or teleconferencing. Group coaching brings together groups of 6 to 8 individuals who have common issues. The program may include assessments, problem solving, goal setting, best practice sharing, new insights and accountability. It is great for leadership development, or as a follow up to training for locking in the learning. It is a great way to facilitate important conversations across various functions in an organization. Typical programs last 6 months and the group meets twice/month.
Benefits to the organization are:
- Enhanced Learning
- Support for key groups during change or onboarding
- Financial savings over one on one coaching
- Group sharing and relationship building
Performance coaching from Onpoint can provide powerful career development for corporations and project teams, as well as as executives, sales professionals and operations managers.
Our individualized, creative and practical approach to business coaching helps clients accelerate their improvement and reach their full potential more efficiently.
We use the following highly-effective steps to help our clients reach their full potential and meet their needs:
1. Understand client’s environment and objectives
One of our coaches interviews and thoroughly listens to the individual, team, or company representatives to determine values, goals, opportunities, strengths, issues, and challenges. Coach meets with coachee’s supervisor for their perspective on development goals.
2. Gain commitment and buy in
The coach then guides the client through the process of defining their desired outcome and provides new perspective on the issues.
3. Utilize assessments and tools
Next, the coach uses formal or informal assessments to confirm needs and gaps.
4. Create action plan for coaching engagement An action plan is created with specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-based goals.
5. Build on top strengths
The coach taps into the client’s motivations and includes customized exercises or assignments designed to transfer to their workplace.
6. Work the plan
Here, the coach and client continue working together as often as necessary. Progress is discussed and the client is held accountable.
7. Facilitate check- ins with the supervisor and talent management for alignment These meetings help us stay on track, provide input and improve three-way communication 8. Measures Finally, successes are highlighted and practice is encouraged to promote repetition and sustainability.