You don’t need a coach. Not more than an Olympian who has won a gold medal and is aspiring for another one at the next Olympics. She’s been there, she’s done that; so what for?
In fact, once upon a time, coaching was the path taken for fixing things, and that’s no more. Today, it is an approach to develop the highest potential team members and to unlock the hidden resourcefulness of promising talent.
The International Coach Federation (ICF) defines coaching as “partnering with clients in a thought provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential, which is particularly important in today’s uncertain and complex environment.”
Based on asking rather than telling, on provoking thinking rather than giving advise, on holding the person accountable rather than justifying their victim situation, some of the outcomes you can expect form coaching are:
The way ahead starts with a couple of assessments to support creating awareness and a starting point for the coaching conversation. Then we match you with a coach from one of the various methodologies that we follow:
Once that is done, we draft, together with your coach, a coaching agreement that clarifies outcomes and measures. Then we collaboratively coach, develop competencies, follow up, and support all the way to execution and achievement of objectives.
In the industry that forms the backbone of the economy in Lebanon, let alone the harshness of the market, the conditions of the world economy and its requirements, and the challenges of growth that banks are faced with, training and development of the human potential becomes as much as a duty as Read More