Want to watch this video? Sign up for the course here. Or enter your email below to watch one free video.

Unlock This Video Now for FREE

This video is normally available to paying customers.
You may unlock this video for FREE. Enter your email address for instant access AND to receive ongoing updates and special discounts related to this topic.

During this training session, we will analyse the benefits of coaching in a specific context.   There are many benefits of coaching but none of these can be achieved without a commitment from both the client and the coach. The client must want to attend these coaching sessions and view this as a development tool and an opportunity to take stock of their career and obtain help in achieving their goals. This can often be a problem when coaching is requested by an organisation rather than an individual, in this case, it is the role of the coach to engage the learner to come to an intrinsic learner.

Coaching is a proven way of transforming the performance of individuals and also the business performance. There are a number of key benefits to both the client and the organisation for which they work, these include:

  • Better communication and interpersonal skills
  • Increased confidence and motivation
  • Improved conflict resolution
  • Better management of performance

Coaching is facilitated by the coach but controlled by the client, ultimately the benefits of coaching are endless but are specifically linked to the requirements of the individual. The coaching journey is controlled by the client, reaching their goals is down to them, it is down to the coach to ask questions to allow them to think of different ways to get there.

Often the greatest benefit of coaching is that you will see quick, positive results. This is because clients are actively engaged in the learning process, the process is entirely dedicated to the client and they are constantly challenged, encouraged and supported.   A common complaint in the workplace is where employees feel undervalued by their employer, by investing time in coaching employees feel more valued and invested in.

When employees are coached, they:

  • Build valuable skills and knowledge they can use to advance in their careers
  • Feel supported and encouraged by their manager and the company
  • Experience the pride and satisfaction that come with new challenges
Coaching is taking a person where they can’t take themselves.In summary, there are many benefits in coaching both to the client and their organisation, as this coaching is specific to the individual the benefits are varied but almost always coaching allows a client to question their own decisions.