Every company's secret weapon
Does your organization face challenges that you want extra support for? Are you a leader or manager who needs a coach who can challenge you and your mindset in order for you to create the results required of you? It may be that you as a leader or employee face challenges that sometimes feel overwhelming. Either way, Tommy will be able to support you to become braver, more efficient, smarter and better.
Many leaders and employees have Tommy to thank for the support that has led them to be able to tackle their challenges better and more effectively. Tommy has some of the world's highest coaching certifications in the world and combines leadership coaching with mental training to help you and your employees create more performance, passion and presence. As a coach, he has over 10 years of experience coaching everything from entrepreneurs to CEOs. Tommy is a specialist in helping individuals and teams unlock their highest performance in synergy with inner security, well-being and meaning.
His clients consist of leaders and organizations that want to be at the forefront of performance and well-being. He helps individuals develop their unique abilities and strengths, while working transformatively with change - in depth!
The change begins with a conversation
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Briefly about company coaching
It is a common mistake to think of managerial coaching, leadership coaching and corporate coaching as a specific branch of coaching that differs from "regular" coaching. There is really no difference at all. Coaches use corporate coaching or executive coaching in front of the word "Coaching" to more effectively influence the type of clients they hope to attract. They want to differentiate their coaching from the coaching of others. Coach training does the same thing. All of these titles and definitions are more about marketing than any real difference in coaching.
Here is the simple explanation of why this is so.
A business leader is more likely to be tempted to hire a coach who calls himself a head coach or business coach and who offers head coaching or leadership coaching, especially when he needs to get the board to approve the cost of hiring a business coach. An entrepreneur, on the other hand, may be more attracted to business coaching because that is where he identifies his needs. Someone who is looking for a coach to help them achieve life balance or something else personal will probably look for a coach for this instead of a business coach.
Since coaching is an unregulated field, you can call yourself whatever kind of coach you want. The important thing to keep in mind when looking for a coach is that the person has a real coaching education. The fact that someone has 20 years of experience in marketing, management or a master's engineering background does not matter in a coaching conversation. In some cases, it can even be a warning signal where he takes on the role of a counselor who shares his experience, views and opinions on how you as a client should do and handle situations.
There are many different educations and certifications - One of the largest that exists today is issued by the International Coach Federation (ICF), which is an organization that ensures that the coaching performed by the coach maintains a certain standard. All coaching has the same basis and is defined by its practice and its results. Coaching is a series of intentional conversations that give a person or group the opportunity to live out themselves. ICF, which is the world's largest coaching organization, has 11 core competencies that all professional coaches will practice, regardless of whether they call themselves head coach, coach or life coach.
Tommy has no less than 3 different certifications and several thousands of hours of experience in coaching individuals and teams to both perform and feel great. In addition to having the PCC certification, he is also a Certified Co-Active coach. Co-Active coaching is one of the world's foremost and most comprehensive coaching courses. When Tommy works with teams, another type of coaching is done. This is something called system coaching and is very different from group coaching. Tommy is a certified Team Performance coach and uses Team Coaching International's (TCI) method for this. TCI has developed the most successful methods to help teams increase their performance by working on the 14 factors that affect productivity and positivity. Want to know more about how I can help your team get an average of 30% better - click here
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What defines a coach?
- Coaches do not talk, they listen.
- They do not provide information, they ask questions.
- They do not give ideas, they generate ideas from the client.
- They do not share their story, they draw from the client's experience.
- They do not present solutions, they expand the client's thinking.
- They do not give advice, they give the client the strength to choose for themselves.
Company coaching gives a professional tone to the company
The pressure to continuously deliver results means that leaders tend to ignore things that are not perceived as important. Because managers are fantastic performers, they have come a long way thanks to their abilities, but hit the ceiling of their abilities the higher up in the organization they manage to get. In these positions, more than just the control choir needs to be developed if it is not to risk serious consequences. Mistakes in leadership can cost both millions and jobs.
Executive coaching can be very challenging in terms of time and energy. The higher up a leader comes in a company, the less time and patience he has for slow processes. For a collaboration between coach and manager to work optimally, clarity, openness and straightforward communication are required around everything that concerns the coaching's subject, goals and process.
Listed below are some of the most common topics that leaders choose to be coached in:
- Interpersonal relationships, listening and empathy.
- Leadership during times of change.
- Communication skills.
- Motivation and commitment, to lead with vision and purpose.
- Build effective teams.
- Strategy and strategic thinking.
- Dealing with uncertainty and ambiguity; decision-making ability.
- Mentorship, development of internal talent, learning.