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  1. 1. Coaching"The goal of coaching is the goal of good management: to make themost of an organization’s valuable resources.”Harvard Business Review
  2. 2. TopicsIntroduction What is coaching? What is a coach? Why is coaching so powerful?Coaching vs. TrainingCoaching vs. ConsultingHow to choose a coach?Types of coachingAbout RoCoach
  3. 3. What is Coaching? Guiding and supporting of a person, manager, team, entire organizations to develop the existing potential, knowledge, personal and professional life. The process that generates successful relationships among successful people. The endeavor which facilitates living the changes. Coaching = Greater Awareness & Learning = More Strategic and Effective Doing = Stronger Results
  4. 4. What is a COACH? A facilitator who will connect the profound personal motivations, the professional objectives and the vision of the organization. A „cartographer” who gives you points of reference and who accompanies you during the repositioning process. A professional you personally choose as agent of change in order to obtain real and natural performance. A companion on your way to success. “Coaching now is part of the standard leadership development training for elite executives and talented up-and-comers at IBM, Motorola, J.P. Morgan, Chase and Hewlett Packard. These companies are discreetly giving their best prospects what star athletes have long had: a trusted adviser to help reach their goals.”
  5. 5. Why is Coaching so powerful? It engages a client on a one to one basis and focuses on achieving the results, challenges, changes or learning most valuable to the individual and the organization. It establishes an ongoing, confidential relationship with high levels of accountability that results in the right things getting done. It increases awareness, cultivates a more strategic view, challenges assumptions, shifts perspectives and supports rapid development. It supports individualized learning and growth in key interpersonal, business and leadership competencies that most benefit the individual and organization.
  6. 6. Why is Coaching so powerful? Several studies on executive coaching (Manchester 2001, MetrixGlobal 2001) have demonstrated that a well- executed coaching program can achieve between 500% and 700% return on investment. In one study seven out of ten participants put the value of the return to the company at over $100,000. Exceptional coaching combines the analytic and the intuitive with solid executive experience. It doesn’t just get better results, it gets the most meaningful results.
  7. 7. Coaching vs. TrainingCOACHING TRAININGTarget Target Top levels of organizations  All levels of organizationsParticipation Participation Voluntary by individual request  By requirement or as a and out of personal interest in management development finding solutions measureDuration Duration Defined by addressee (ongoing  Limited in time and clearly or clearly limited in time) definedCustomize degree Customize degree Highest  Low or medium
  8. 8. Coaching vs. ConsultingCOACHING CONSULTINGOrientation Orientation People / processes • Structures / functionsObjective Objective Generating a growth cycle • Generating growth through through awareness and cost-benefit ratio empowerment improvementDuration Duration Defined by addressee (ongoing • Limited in time and clearly or clearly limited in time) definedDevelopment approach Development approach Emotions and actions • Rational thinking and decision making
  9. 9. How to choose a coach? Choose a coach: ◦ …that is certified ◦ …that holds International Coach Federation credentials ◦ …who has an ongoing professional development ◦ …you can trust ◦ …with solid business and organizational knowledge ◦ …with whom you are comfortable ◦ …with excellent interpersonal skills
  10. 10. Executive CoachingStrategy: oriented to create and develop a success vision with regards to the professional activity based on the creation of an intimate agreement among personal values, professional abilities and competencies engaged in the adult development processObjectives: develop a personal style to reach maximum performance balance the personal needs with the professional requests develop a personal leadership styleTarget: High-potential executive managers and coordinators
  11. 11. Team CoachingStrategy: systemic approach oriented towards the company departments and the human resources working more efficiently based on analysis and development of team’s roles, results and interractionsObjectives: inner coherence and outer cohesion for the employees of a company or a department creative and responsible development of the departments maximize each team member performances in the areas each has a strong outputTarget: top and middle managers understanding the need for performant teams.
  12. 12. Corporate CoachingStrategy: corporate coaching proposes a development of the human factor and organizational culture in which the excellency practice becomes the main factor for successObjectives: develop operations, processes and organizational culture identify strategic growth cycles of the companies reorient the organizational culture in accordance to the objectives generated by new development levels develop the abilities for the ongoing company evolutionTarget: organizations/CEO’s with an integrated vision for the business development processes
  13. 13. Applications of CoachingOver 93% of leaders who have received coaching wouldrecommend it to others. The areas where coaching has beenmost beneficial include: Reducing executive isolation, facilitating increased feedback and growth, being a “sounding board” for new ideas Moving out of the urgent tactical issues to hold a more strategic view Building interpersonal skills and developing higher emotional intelligence Supporting key personnel through change and shifts in culture Increasing managerial effectiveness Increasing productivity and time management Stress reduction and adjusting work / life balance Supporting executives in new positions Talent retention Building high performance teamwork Bottom line profitability
  14. 14. Who is RoCoach?Founded in 2003, RoCoach is the most experienced Romaniancompany to exclusively offer integrated coaching services.Through its founder – member of the International CoachFederation & of the European Coaching and Mentoring Council– RoCoach aims at helping its clients for their performance andsuccess improvement in the process of fulfilling their strategicobjectives.
  15. 15. Who is RoCoach?MissionWe facilitate the introduction and maintainance of real values andsuccess visions in the organizational culture of our partners.Values Personal and professional success of our clients Orientation towards change, performance and welfare Protection of the decision-making proceses, informational and emotional integrity of our clients
  16. 16. About RoCoach RoCoach is the Romanian leading supplier of executive, team and corporate coaching and leadership development at international standards.  Executives of some of the countrys leading organizations rely on RoCoach including: Codecs, Holcim, Raiffeisen, Tuborg, Hiparion, British Council, UPC and many other smaller organizations.  Mihai Stanescu M.A., C.B.C. is a Professional Coach and President of RoCoach. He is an internationally recognized business and leadership coach specializing in senior executive and leadership coaching and a member of International Coach Federation.