Custom Learning Resources
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Life-time Access to Content
Our online platform houses groups session recordings, notes, additional materials, and video content for your team members to revisit.
Virtual and interactive worksheet assignments, make the learning experience fun and seamless.
Certificate of Completion
Upon completing each course each learner earn a certificate of completion. You can share your Certificate and learnings with your friends and network!
Align Individual and Organisational Goals to Drive Performance
Leaders who encourage others to ‘own’ their personal and professional development are essential in any future-focused organization – they can foster engagement, stimulate better performance, and drive others toward personal and professional success. At its very core, workplace coaching is about enhancing individual performance for the organization’s strategic benefit. So, while workplace coaching outcomes professionally benefit – and are valued by – the individual coachee, they have two mutually inclusive purposes.
Why coaching works.
A commonly shared statistic states that 85% of change initiatives in organizations fail.
Why? Because leaders pay attention to the wrong things and don’t understand the neurobiology behind behaviour change. Transformation, whether on an individual or organizational level, requires ongoing focused attention on new possibilities and new behaviours — and requires commitment and effort over time. This continued journey aligns with the basic principles of executive coaching partnerships.
Positive feedback, encouragement, and reinforcement from the coach encourage new thinking and are essential for neurons to create connections. The weekly reminders that a coach naturally provides help keep coachees on track with their goals and develop new thinking and habits.
People work at their best when there is just the right amount of challenge, encouragement and stretch. Coaches bring that support and stretch and help us overcome a natural tendency to see a limit on our personal abilities.
Success also requires the “why” and the “how.” The brain struggles to think about “why” and “how” simultaneously. The perspective of a coach is helpful in maintaining both kinds of thinking.
The partnership approach means clients remain open to input while being more readily able to access their own unique creativity and resourcefulness. No two brains are remotely alike and neuroscience has shown the importance that coaching is self-directed and that clients make their own connections and create new wiring.
Who developed the course?
The High Performance Institute
This course was created by our partners The High Performance Institute®, the world's leading think tank and training center on the subject of high performance.
They worked alongside the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Santa Barbara on a three year research study on how high performers think, behave, influence others, and win.Find Out More