The top ingredient to ensure a successful coaching outcome is a fierce desire for learning and growth in ability.
At Radar we have learnt that individuals whom we have coached over the years initially have lacked the self-awareness to recognize they are not delivering at their maximum potential or within the scope of their abilities. Our coaching input has produced ROI results in supporting individuals attain recognition of their performance within their roles often marked by appointments at a higher grade within their organisations.
Not everyone can be coached and nor is everyone open to coaching.
Our coaching approach is results driven, a tool for raising performance.
Research shows that successful companies which invest in value adding on-going training of the workforce do remain competitive, however, without coaching training loses its effectiveness rapidly, and often fails to achieve the lasting behavioral changes needed.
While training is an “event”, coaching is a process and helps employees articulate and define their personal motivation when carrying out tasks.
Coaching is a valuable accompaniment to training to ensure that new knowledge imparted, actually becomes learned behavior.