Robina Chatham Ltd

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Executive coaching
A three stage approach

Stage 1

  • Getting to know each other
  • Understanding what outcomes you want to achieve through coaching
  • Identifying your learning style and therefore what coaching style/approach will work best for you
  • Understanding your background and future aspirations
  • Gaining an appreciation of any current issues/problems and providing any appropriate "quick fix" advice

Stage 2

  • Psychometric assessment - I use three instruments:
    • FIRO-B (Fundamental Interpersonal Orientation - Behaviour) - This instrument explores the way we behave in relation to other people and also informs us as to the impressions we create
    • MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) Step II - This instrument explores our style, i.e. how we do things and how our approach differs from that of others. The MBTI Step II is a greatly expanded and enhanced version of Step I whereby the four base preferences are expanded into twenty associated sub-scales
    • What is really important to me? - This instrument explores our innermost values and drivers, i.e. what is most important to us in life
  • With this understanding of your strengths and weaknesses, your approach to interpersonal relationships, the impressions you create and how others perceive you, your values and drivers, your aspirations for the future, we would identify areas for your personal development and growth

Stage 3

  • Starting work on your personal development plan as identified in Stage 2 using the approach identified in Stage 1
  • Providing guidance/tools to help with the resolution of any long term issues/problems

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“ The expectation of who I am and why I am like what I am was a revelation. Certain individuals who I had found particularly difficult in the past are now putty in my hands ”

IT Director, Financial Services

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