If you need to lead your organisation through a period of transformational change, leadership coaching could boost your team's performance and the outcomes achieved. The Berkeley Partnership’s business coaches combine tailored coaching techniques with our rich consulting expertise.
Business leaders increasingly find themselves guiding their organisations through periods of transformational change. It’s relatively easy for them to focus on strategy and building delivery capability – but what about the leadership role itself? How do you ensure you can be the best leader to help your organisation through such change?
The Berkeley Partnership can help. We provide executive coaching to both individuals and teams to build their leadership capability for business transformation. Our leadership coaches combine professional coaching skills with decades of experience in helping organisations transform under the most complex, challenging, and high-stakes circumstances. By supporting transformational change in individuals, we help them to lead transformational change in their organisations.
The Berkeley partner will always have time for a call or to drop me an email. The door is always open. That may be because we trust one another, as that way of working got established from the beginning. It’s efficient and quick.”
Head: Business Performance Management, Anglo American
With the help of executive coaching, senior team members can lead from the front, championing the behaviours they believe should permeate through their organisation.
More effective leadership can address issues of underperformance, and misalignment of purpose or priorities.
This not only results in benefits to the individuals involved but also to the organisation itself. Leaders who act as role models for their organisations can increase business performance and commercial results, align priorities with consistent focus, and better attract and retain talent.
Business coaching can improve both team and individual performance. Better leadership leads to better team dynamics – the more intangible elements of an effective organisation. Teams are better able to bring together complimentary skills and experiences to deliver results and achieve greater collective performance, especially through periods of complex transformational change. Most importantly, they will see higher levels of mutual satisfaction and enjoyment.
Building a strong and effective leadership team can give your organisation greater resilience in the face of transformational change. Executive coaching can help leaders focus on the skills and qualities needed to navigate uncertainty and focus on the long-term.
Berkeley’s approach to executive leadership coaching means that no two coaching programmes are identical. We tailor all coaching sessions to the team’s or individual’s unique context, leadership challenges and goals. We offer a powerful and complementary blend of non-directive coaching techniques, consultancy skills, expertise in transformational change, and broad-based personal experience. By focusing on the outcomes, and establishing clear milestones and measures of success, we ensure that our coaching offer delivers real results.
We don’t just coach our clients; we practise what we preach. We take the same coaching approach within our own business for our consultants. It’s an incredibly powerful tool, and we use it extensively to help our consultant, partner and business services teams deliver more effectively in their work with clients. This approach has delivered excellent results for individual consultants, for the firm as a whole, and for our clients.
Our business coaching clients tell us they have benefited from a tremendous personal development and performance boost, helping them breakthrough to new levels of confidence and capability.”
Richard Marsden, Partner
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