Source Point Training provides both individual personal development and business coaching using coaching core competencies recognized by the International Coach Federation (ICF).

This is for individuals in organizations to become much more engaged and connected with the employees they manage and within peer groups. Coaching benefits both the organization and the individuals involved in coaching.

Recent surveys by the Institute for Corporate Productivity (ICP) finds that:

  • Coaching is associated with higher performance.
  • They’re more likely to report their organizations have higher levels of success.
  • They’re more likely to say their organizations are performing well in the market, as determined by self-reports in the combined areas of revenue growth, market share, profitability, and customer satisfaction.
  • Coaching is primarily aimed at boosting individual performance. (The desire to improve individual “performance/productivity” is the most widely cited purpose of coaching.)
  • Leadership development is often viewed as the purpose of most coaching assignments (Underhill et al., 2007).

Organizations also employ coaches to help with:

  • Leader transitions to retain high potentials
  • To improve performance that is off-track
  • To help individuals assess where their career is now and where it may go next.
  • To focus on honing specific business skills. For example, one company helps leaders learn to be more productive by giving them individual coaching on improving organizational skills.

Individual coaching is tied to Source Point Training workshops in some companies.

For example, a manager attends a Source Point Training workshop for a specified number of hours and then gets individual coaching to reinforce and apply things learned in the workshop.

For more information on setting up individual coaching – professional or personal, call Barbara Fagan at 707-431-1122 or submit contact form below and we will contact you.


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