New Sheridan Whitepaper on Coaching through Change!
We recently held the latest event in our Sheridan Breakfast Series, “Coaching through Change”. The findings of this breakfast are shared here. We also wanted to share some of our own work in this area for a growing number of international clients. And we were especially keen to listen closely to the experiences of breakfast guests using executive coaches during times of change.
Executive coaching brings improved levels of performance to existing and future roles. It accelerates high potential; manages stress, change, conflict or crisis; and acts as a confidential sounding board for sensitive and strategic management issues. In a world full of change, we are not always able to make time to stand back, reflect and see the bigger picture and yet the faster things change, the more people need to take time to reflect. Coaching through change gives an organisation the space to do this and ensures that important decisions and actions are considered. And this in turn means that outcomes are more likely to be positive for all. The personal dimension is everywhere during times of change. Many of us know of someone who had a lot of success and then hit a wall when circumstances changed. They need the time and space to refocus on what they need to do next and how to absorb new realities