In recent years, “coaching” has saturated the market for anyone from individuals to corporations.
Coaches can indeed be valuable investments when it comes to growth and transformation but it’s vital to go into a coaching relationship with a clear awareness of who they are and what they do.
First, it’s important to distinguish between a business coach and other corporate experts such as consultants and strategists.
While consultants are problem-solvers who are retained for their areas of expertise to find specific solutions for an organization, a coach is someone who helps their clients define their goals and find the answers they already have by asking the right questions.
Consultants give advice but coaches guide their clients to their own solutions.
This is accomplished by establishing a type of partnership wherein the business coach is an expert within their niche’ but their client is the expert of their company.
When it comes to group versus one-on-one coaching, there are differences as well and many organizations that are experiencing challenges, growth, or transitions may find that utilizing both group and one-on-one coaching can strengthen the framework of their organizations by building on the strengths they’ve already established and defining the weaknesses that may be holding them back.
Just as with any organism, a corporation is the sum of all its parts. If one part is weakened, the whole system can falter and this can be a particular challenge for global leaders who seek to create a multicultural, cohesive team and successful enterprise.
Group coaching can be done with a hired professional or team which would evaluate the team as a whole organism. Conversely, one-on-one coaching goes deeper within that team to determine the strengths and weaknesses of each independent part.
One-on-one is individual and unique and addresses issues on a more nuclear level.
Participating in group coaching, however, can give leaders insights on how to utilize specific and specialized techniques to coach their own teams, as well as themselves, empowering them to know what kinds of questions to ask, how to guide their team members, and where specific issues may be found. UDiverse is committed to helping multicultural organizations develop their strengths and build winning teams. To this end, we are proud to host our exclusive Global Leader Career Development
Workshop which will provide invaluable insights and information that global leaders can bring back with them to create the successful corporate environment they seek.
Contact us today to find out more about this exciting opportunity.
U Diverse help global organizations bridge their talent gap by implementing actionable strategies & initiatives so they can attract, retain and engage diverse talents and inclusive leaders
We will take the time to discuss the needs of your organization, define our partnership and take concrete actions together.
At the end of our meeting, you will get practical insights to attract, retain and engage diverse talents.
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About U Diverse’s founder:
Magali Toussaint is the founder of ‘U-Diverse’. She is a certified Talent Acquisition Strategist, an ICF-certified Leadership Consultant, a Career Coach, a Cross-Cultural Trainer, and a Job Search Strategist with an extensive career in Recruitment, HR, Diversity, as well as Education. She has lived and worked in over four countries and speaks French, English, and Dutch fluently. Read More...