Sponsored by Centre for Coaching (Switzerland)
Janine Everson, Director of the Centre for Coaching, explores in this final interview of a seven part series on The Secrets of Success in Coaching: “Dealing with poor team performance”.
In this example of exceptionally powerful coaching, Janine explores the case of dealing with poor team performance. Often one is tempted to look at the team to work with them to fix the problem, giving them new ways of working. In this example, Janine shows how working with the leader to explore what it is he/she is doing or not doing can bring astounding insights and have a very significant impact on results.
For a full transcript of the interview, click here.
1) The Secrets of Success in Coaching: What a successful coaching strategy should look like for an organisation
2) The Secrets of Success in Coaching: Making Coaching more affordable
3) The Secrets of Success in Coaching: How to develop leaders in the most effective way?
4) The Secrets of Success in Coaching: Dealing with a poor individual performer
5) The Secrets of Success in Coaching: How can you dissolve conflict through active listening?
6) The Secrets of Success in Coaching: Dealing with a massive business crisis
Centre for Coaching (Switzerland):
Established in 2002, the Centre for Coaching, an internationally accredited Centre for executive coach training and leadership development, is situated at the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business (GSB), and is present in South Africa, Australia and now also in Switzerland. Its courses form part of the GSB Executive Education suite of offerings and are thus informed by both academic rigour and coaching practice. The Centre for Coaching links into over 25 years of cutting edge coaching course development and experience offered through its alliance with New Ventures West in San Francisco.
The next six-month Associate Coaching Course will be starting on 24 September 2015, at the Château de Bossey, near Geneva – an intensive six-month programme designed for participants to emerge as coach practitioners.