Professional Coaching

Individuals and teams are capable of life-long learning and development. Professional coaching can enhance and support their aspirations.

Executive & Leadership Coaching

Leaders throughout the organization influence and inspire large groups of employees and impact overall performance, including quality and client experience. Leaders at all levels of the organization benefit from professional coaching at critical moments of their career. Past research and experience has shown that coaching support is especially powerful when entering a new position, during times of organizational change, and when engaging in strategic re-orientation, upscaling, and digital transformation.

Team and Group Coaching

The most effective and sustainable coaching occurs at the group and team level. This is especially saliant when coaching senior leadership teams. To be truly effective, however, professional coaching needs to be integrated into a team development process, which is aligned with strategic objectives and purposeful team dynamics.

Team and group coaching should not be confused with team building (usually “fun” activities integrated into an offsite workshop), although team building activities can of course be integrated into an overall team development process and be valuable moments of bonding and exchange.

Health Coaching

Health coaches have a primary professional certification in a health-related field (e.g., nurse, psychologist, physical therapist, internist) as well as a professional coach certification (e.g., ICF). Health coaches educate and support clients to cultivate positive lifestyle changes, address medical and health challenges, and promote overall well-being. Common topics include exercise, nutrition, stress, emotional competence, proactive lifestyle planning, and work and private life boundaries and blending.

For more information: International Coaching Federation (ICF)