Exploding demand has fragmented the executive coaching market. In response, Partners has developed a framework designed to ensure consistent delivery.
In recent decades the need for executive coaching has grown considerably. There are now many providers, but rarely do they speak the same language or organize their efforts in a consistent way. For larger companies with numerous simultaneous coaching needs, this can pose several challenges:
How can a company guarantee that every coaching engagement uses common concepts and thematics that result in a better integrated effort across the enterprise?
How does executive management ensure that its topline strategic goals are met through each individual engagement?
How can companies measure each engagement in order to assess the overall value of coaching across the entire enterprise?
Our Contextual Coaching framework allows us to ensure a higher ROI on your coaching investment by:
Providing feedback across multiple engagements that aligns individual progress to organizational context
Coaching informed by the latest research in human behavior, adult learning, and organizational dynamics
Understanding strategic priorities and providing training to Partners coaches on these organizational priorities
Measuring progress on individual development objectives
Our Contextual Coaching framework identifies and incorporates organizational context to achieve alignment between strategic priorities and coaching objectives. Elements of our framework include:
Coaching Coalition Meetings
360 Stakeholder Interviews
Contextual Coaching Reports
Consultations in Between Sessions
Enterprise Wide Coaching Solutions
Partners International’s scalable coaching program is designed for organizations that require coaching services for many leaders at once. We provide seamless end-to-end management for coaching engagements including:
Coach Creative Offerings
- Short Term Solution Focused Coaching: Short term coaching engagements (3, 5 or 8 session packages) focused on specific needs with a solution focused approach
- Coaching Office Hours: Virtual one-on-one coaching sessions to a larger number of employees than traditional coaching models by providing a coach on set days or blocks of time for employees to sign up for on a first come/ first serve basis
- Group / Team Coaching: Group coaching support programed learning, development of specific competency areas, or team building of intact or cross functional teams