We have opted here to provide you with our definition of some frequently used terms.
Coaching is an effective tool for performance development. In a professional situation, it is an individual or collective support action, conducted in relation to identified business issues. Its appearance and development in the company corresponds to a need for operational efficiency.
As a space of liberty, a place of dialogue and awareness, the coaching relationship is a key factor in optimizing change processes within or outside the person or the organization. Coaching is based on a bi or tripartite trust relationship (coached/coach/company).
Within the company, it is based on a demand for individual operational efficiency. Its pertinence lies in the fact that it is a process of analysis of experiences in its operating context, which puts the coachee in a position to evolve by relying on his own resources.
Coaching is particularly suitable for anyone questioning his or her “operational dynamics”. It gives him/her access to the resources allowing him/her to be more efficient, in a context of saving time and resources.
COACHING OF ORGANIZATION
This is the accompaniment of the transformation of an organization by a team of coaches aimed at achieving significant results while changing the usual operations, engaging a dynamic of shared contribution, promoting collective intelligence and unleashing the organization’s creative potential.
This involves supporting the management teams/project/…. with the purpose of creating a common mission at the level of the EXCOM/Project, optimizing relations between the members of the EXCOM/Project to make the most of diversity, changing collective and inter-personal processes that create dysfunction, elaborating priority and operational actions, creating a dynamic for learning and continuous exploration, increasing intercultural sensitivity and its benefits.
Radically different from individual coaching, in its approach, team coaching also aims at performance, focused on the team, with the aim of achieving effective functioning.
The mission of coaching is to make the individuals within the team working together and unleashing their respective talents in a single team: ensure cohesion, involve and cohabit different personalities.
Collective coaching is halfway between individual and team coaching. The techniques used are those of individual coaching, and aim to develop collective solutions by participants around objectives that are common to them, and that will be translated into individual action plans.