High Performance Coaching
With high performance coaching, not only will employees be able to achieve exceptional and sustainable performance, they will also enjoy greater wellbeing in all aspects of their lives..
Why High Performance Coaching?
In an increasingly complex and competitive corporate world, high performance coaching has become pivotal to the achievement of ambitious goals and objectives and hence, to success. Even the most experienced and successful employees will need assistance with learning new skills, knowledge, competencies and the necessary psychological flexibility to adapt to the dynamic, complex and volatile nature of today’s work environment.
The rate and nature of changes in society and the workplace (mega changes), when not managed well, can lead to chronic high levels of stress and ultimately, burnout. Examples of mega changes include: massive advancements in technology, changes in employee demographics due to globalisation and other societal changes, organisational restructures and mergers & acquisitions (M&As), and so on.
People are affected differently by changes to their environment, depending on their unique personality, strengths, worldview, background and other personal characteristics. Some may be able to cope with the inevitable stress and anxiety generated by these meta changes. However, studies have proven that unless a systematic approach to performance is adopted, such as coaching, the person will be unable to achieve high performance sustainably and will be at risk of burnout.
With high performance coaching, not only will employees be able to achieve exceptional and sustainable performance, they will also enjoy greater wellbeing in all aspects of their lives.
Benefits of High Performance Coaching
A high performing organisation or team begins with high performing individuals. When individuals undergo High Performance Coaching Program, they derive life-changing benefits for themselves and those around them.
What is High Performance Coaching?
High performance coaching is the process of assisting an individual, or a team, learn how to do something at the highest possible standard within their specific environment and circumstances.
I customise the coaching program to help the client learn the right combination of mental, emotional and physiological skills that generates high performance consistently. In the organisational setting, I ask the coachee the central question: “what do we need to work on to improve your relationship with this environment that improves performance”.
I design tailored programs that take into consideration all aspects of the individual’s life. My programs are therefore holistic and multifaceted, building the mental/cognitive, emotional/psychological, physiological and meaning-making capacities that are essential for high performance in the 21st Century.
My highly effective coaching processes draw from mental skills training used by elite athletes, as well as from the latest evidence-based methodologies from psychology, organisational behaviour, neuroscience and leadership theory and practice.