Introduction To Shirlaws Gcc Jan 2011

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an outline of Shirlaws GCC and the support we can give you and your business

an outline of Shirlaws GCC and the support we can give you and your business

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  • 1. Shirlaws – the overviewShirlaws is one of the world’s leadingcompanies in the field of business coaching.Born out of research in Fund Management,Shirlaws uses data driven frameworks andinnovative design linking managementconsultancy with a coaching methodologyShirlaws has the experience of serving1000’s of clients like you and exists tosupport you in achieving sustainable growth,whilst maximising revenue and profitabilityShirlaws has the capacity to support youeither locally or globally as we haveestablished offices in Europe, USA,Australia, New Zealand, and the GCC.
  • 2. Shirlaws – the introduction• ‘Blue chip’ and ‘Mid Cap’ client base• Serviced over 1000 organisations• Own 30% of UK business coaching market & 8% of global business coaching market*• 200+ consultants globally• Dedicated product development team• International delivery capability• Long-term client partnerships• Measurable roi• Transfer skills from coach to coachee• Practical solutions*International Coach FederationResearch Report 2007Prepared by Price Waterhouse Coopers
  • 3. Clients benefit from our approach
  • 4. Our clients talk about us“Shirlaws has worked with us over thepast two years with excellent results.Their approach has helped me withsome high level strategic issues facedby our business as well as helping tocreate the right commercial balance”Peter ErskineChairman & Chief ExecutiveTelefonica O2 Europe
  • 5. Our clients talk about us“Shirlaws’ techniques have providedme a clear structure and clarity as Iimplement the plans necessary to builda world-class investor relationsdepartment. In addition, the approachcreates great energy inside the team.Our share price has nearly doubled in18 months, so the efforts are payingoff in terms of impact”Ian RoundellHead of Investor RelationsCredit Suisse
  • 6. Our clients talk about us“Shirlaws has the ability to understand thekey drivers to business and enablecompanies to develop seamlesscommercial / cultural strategies that add asignificant uplift in revenue and EBITDA.”March 22, 2010Iain McMathCEOSodexo Pass UK
  • 7. The press talk about us
  • 8. Our clients call us when:They have something pressing on their minds;a major strategic or operational need ororganisational challengeThey have a Transformation or change agenda.They find themselves under pressure to deliver resultsTimes are uncertain and they need honest, objective,thoughtful and experienced adviceThey need to make decisions that will haveconsequences for their people and their organisation
  • 9. Our services For Boards, CEOs, Executives and teams Design and implementation for support on specific areas of business Programs addressing specific skills needs in the organisation eg: transformation/change/customer focus
  • 10. Our approach Introduce a new concept Provide an education around the concept Directly support the client in applying the concept into their organisation to embed the new skill-set.
  • 11. Our areas of business – we have tools thatapply to each of the following areas:
  • 12. Shirlaws ticks all the boxes* Involve business leaders in evaluating business impact Provide measurable return on investment Top quality coaches Agree realistic & specific outcomes Record & review outcomes Make coaching part of an integrated approach Improve business & individual performance Positive intervention*What to look for in a coach & coaching organisationCoaching CountsResearch Report 2007