The aim of the coaching sets is to improve the team’s collective approach to working together and delivering their collective strategy. This approach can also be used as a development tool for ‘star performers’ and ‘merging talent’ groups.
The groups are facilitated and use real, current business issues as topics of discussion. Coaching techniques are used to promote the development of solutions to the issues discussed. A useful byproduct is the improvement of coaching skills and also communication and support within the team.
[Attending a coaching skills workshop would be advantageous but not essential].
Coaching sets normally consist of a three hour session setting up the group then two hour sessions thereafter (normally six in a year but more or less frequent meetings can be used). Set sizes should be between six and eight people.
In2minds bring a rich blend of knowledge, skill and insight. After a short conversation, they were able to understand our business aims and design bespoke solutions which had a measurable impact. We have used both training events and coaching, and seen colleagues energised by the experience. So much so that I often find myself asking "what would Alan do...?RM - RBS
In2Minds is one of Rathmhor's longest ongoing client relationships. Working with Alan is always an energising and inspiring experience, whether as colleague or delegate. Great range of skills, models, activities and solutions to bring to any skills development session. He's also one of the most challenging, insightful and encouraging coaches I've met.CF , Director, Rathmhor Limited