A Gallup poll in 2009, discovered that 65% of people who leave a job, do so because of their manager, not because of the work of the organisation. This makes one think on the efficacy of several managerial roles and how these, when badly managed, greatly impact the well-being and performance of any company or institution involved.
This is where Strategic Coaching can step in. Strategic Coaches gain professional and personal satisfaction by helping people develop and achieve their goals. Coaching can be applied to any area where one needs to develop people’s skills, relationships or communication.
Where Coaching Can Help
Here are a few examples of questions that coaches help answer:
- How can I manage my time better to achieve all I want in life?
- What should I do next in my career within the organization?
- How can I reduce the stress in my job or in my life?
- How can I achieve a better balance between work life and home life?
- What skills do I need to grow and develop further?
- How can I improve my relationship with a specific colleague?
Strategic Coaching Builds Effective relationships
The life-enhancing benefits of being a coach can have a huge impact on one’s professional and personal life. Working as a Strategic Coach gives clarity and a real sense of purpose. This in turn can create a strong sense of self-confidence, happiness and career satisfaction. Engaging others through strategic coaching strengthens personal and professional relationships in all aspects of life.
Throughout the strategic coaching process, coaches make fundamental and meaningful connections with those they are supporting, and they share a sense of accomplishment and success as an outcome of a joint effort. These relationship benefits often transcend age, groups, hierarchies and organisational culture.
Strategic Coaching expands Your professional network and Skills
Whether you choose to set up your own practice or run your own company, work for an organisation or with parents and families, success as a strategic coach lies within your ability to develop personal and professional networks. These networks quickly widen and provide numerous opportunities to engage your potential clients. With the use of social media, the possibilities to provide expert commentary and connect with even larger groups are immense. Trainees, who successfully complete the Strategic Coaching programme, can apply to work alongside us at The Coaching Clinic®, working with and being supported by our core team, helping to build the business you desire.
The Coaching Clinic® Offers Flexibility to live and work where you want
Working as an effective strategic coach, and given the new and emerging virtual platforms, your work can be conducted using Skype or FaceTime or Zoom. Thus your actual geographical location becomes flexible. As a matter of fact our model is one of the few coaching models that provide you tools for clients to use outside of the coaching session. This effectively lends itself to the new era we are experiencing. A coaching practice is portable and gives freedom in travel and work options. This model supports part-time working from home, or the opportunity to build a business, whilst holding other employment.
Rapid access to the coaching profession
Training with the Coaching Clinic and working as a newly qualified coach, you will be ‘coaching while you learn and learning while you coach’. We anticipate that the majority of our coaches develop their own coaching clinic business, whilst some will also work within their current employment using their skills in that setting.
If you have been wondering whether coaching could be your next career move, you need to ask yourself – Do you want a satisfying and meaningful and financially rewarding career using an exceptionally flexible set of skills provided by Strategic Coaching? If you answer ‘yes’ then this course is for you.
For further information about this training, visit
http://www.ift-malta.com/masters-in-strategic-coaching or call 79663265. Applications are open for the autumn 2020 intake.