The Mannaz approach to coaching
Mannaz believes that coaching is the single most effective tool in supporting and anchoring organisational change and leadership development. Coaching transforms through personal attention and practical application.
The Mannaz coaching approach assumes that all individuals are talented. Our coaching supports their talent and expedites the unlocking of their own unique style for becoming an effective and impactful leader. We do this through supporting the individual as their authentic selves, challenging their assumptions and blockers, and applying the coaching in practical actions. We work within the real-world context of organisations, teams and individuals so that every level is moving towards the desired business goals.
ICF accredited coaching training
International Coaching Federation accredited coaching training for industry professionals (independent consultants and HR/business leaders)
Grow your coaching skills through a highly experiential programme. You will be supported and challenged to develop yourself as an effective coach while understanding the unique strengths you bring to coaching.
Mannaz’ experienced and accredited coaches partner with executives to focus on specific development areas and business challenges. Our executive coaching is a tailored programme of sessions to best meet the needs of our clients.
Coaching skills for Leaders
Are you a leader who wants to improve your coaching skills? This short programme is a combination of virtual sessions and a 2-day face-to-face module in London.
Coaching is a wise investment
“A recent global survey of coaching clients by PriceWaterhouseCoopers
and the Association Resource Center which concluded that the
mean ROI for companies investing in coaching was
7 times the initial investment,
with over a quarter reporting an ROI of 10 to 49 times”
– Executive Coaching; Another set of clothes for the emperor. Forbes, 2011
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Misconceptions of coaching as a manager
I often run into the same set of misconceptions about coaching so I thought that I would take a moment and address three of the most common ones that I come across.
I want to be an internal coach…what should I consider?
Becoming an internal coach within a company is a profession that is growing. More and more, companies are seeing the value in developing their own internal team of coaches as they understand the value and impact that coaching can have on business growth and professional development.
Coaching tips for Managers
What do I need in place to start coaching?
How do you create a safe space?
How do I start a coaching conversationwith my direct report?
What are powerful questions?
How do I build and maintain mycoaching skills and confidence?
Wherever you want to go, we’ll get you there.