Working within a partnership assumes that the whole will be greater than the sum of its parts. A successful partnership hinges on the satisfaction each partner has with the other. Business partnership coaching can help create and maintain a strong alignment to create a powerful future for the business.
Start by identifying and understanding:
Next putting the business in context:
Getting viewpoints, opinions and emotions on the table where they can be talked about in a less contentious way.
Asking probing questions and helping partners listen in order to design a strong partnership alliance and or change dysfunctional patterns of behaviour that could threaten the business success.
To strengthen the business partnerships through communication, agreement and accountability in order to bridge the gaps, correct misunderstandings and reorient relationships.
Often partners feel stuck in dealing with conflict within the Partnership. Business partnership coaching helps to look ahead for ways to create long term solutions.
For those partnerships just starting out it can help create from the outset a first rate atmosphere in which all partners can thrive.
Helping business partners to structure their partnership so it can flourish in both good and difficult times.
My basis of my coaching tools is to facilitate self-awareness, goal setting and personal growth. They draw on various psychological, behavioral and neuroscientific theories and support my client in gaining insights, building skills and achieving their desired outcomes.
Coaching both functional specialists and managers at all levels within a broad range of industries and international environments.
Helping executives become and continue to be a valuable resource for their organisations whilst achieving their full potential.
Coaching teams is a cost and time effective process to guide and support the development and skilling of team members.
Facilitating learning in a safe and fun atmosphere in order to help teams to become more self-managed and skilled at working with cross-functional and multi-skilled stakeholders.