According to the International Coach Federation (ICF), coaching is defined as a partnership with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximise their personal and professional potential. Coaching is a client-driven process that’s distinct from other service professions, such as counselling, mentoring, consulting and training.
Research by the International Personnel Management Association (IPMA) found that ‘training on its own increases productivity by 22%, whereas combining it with coaching increases productivity by 88%’.
British School of Coaching not only deliver coaching training but also provide executive coaching sessions. Coaching is a powerful tool that is recognised as one of the key essentials of success in many fields from top businesses to athletes. It enables you to make achievable adjustments to your career, business and performance as well as developing your skills, knowledge and relationships with others.
BSC coaches are all highly experienced coaches, mentors, supervisors and business people. Along with their professional coaching qualifications and support through our structured supervision and CPD, they have a scientific ability to get to the core of an issue. Our coaching services can be delivered both face to face and online to provide development opportunities and thinking space for senior managers, executives, business owners and self-employed individuals— anytime, anywhere.
NEW SERVICE: Cancer Coaching
Cancer is a debilitating disease that can significantly impact an individual’s physical and emotional wellbeing. Patients diagnosed with cancer often undergo extensive medical treatment, which can cause stress, anxiety, and depression. To combat these negative emotions, coaching can be an effective way to help cancer patients cope with their diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. Coaching can be a valuable tool for cancer patients to improve their overall well-being and cope with the challenges of cancer treatment and recovery. By providing emotional support, goal setting, lifestyle changes, communication skills, decision-making support, and self-care strategies, coaches can help cancer patients feel more in control of their situation and improve their quality of life. Coaching can also help if you are caring for someone diagnosed with cancer.
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