Tailored, one-on-one coaching programmes which empower individuals to reach their full potential, both professionally and personally.

Talent initiatives are at the top of the list for sustainable growth across all tiers of today’s business.

Forward-thinking leaders encourage their teams to learn continuously by making suitable resources available.

Organisational learning and training are two of the top-rated challenges among business leaders today. Top talent now rates ‘the opportunity to learn’ as among their principal reasons for accepting a position.

Luminary leaders know that changes in technology, longevity, work practices, and business models have created a tremendous demand for continuous, lifelong development.

Coaching offers a highly individualised learning and development opportunity. It facilitates the growth of critical components for future (leadership) roles. It also addresses blind spots in employee competencies and performance.

Coaching makes learning more personal – a crucial part of stimulating self-propelled personal progress and professional development.

Coaching is concerned with connecting to people, empowering them to do their best, and helping them to grow. When done right, coaching mobilises employee engagement and cultivates deep leadership.

Coaching is a process of cultivation. It should be aligned to individual and organisational learning and development objectives that equip an employee for the current and future needs of the organisation.

The ability to coach is a skill that needs to be sharpened over some time.  Not only may a lack of training leave leaders unqualified, but it may also effectively result in a policy of leaders’ reinforcing poor coaching practices among themselves. The outcome is a waste of time, money and energy.

Research backs the idea of leaders receiving training from coaching experts to improve their skills. As a coaching specialist, Human Interest can also support your workforce by:

  • Applying coaching techniques to enable the protégé to devise and realise his/her goals and plans.
  • Pinpointing the protégé’s development needs and building customised solutions.
  • Providing advice and guidance while empowering the protégé to accept accountability throughout the coaching programme.