Coaching

We provide executive coaching support to project sponsors and managers, either off-line or in context where we discuss real life work situation before meetings to agree what outcomes you desire and how you might best achieve them, followed by a review of how effective these strategies were and how you might further improve.  For ongoing coaching we can provide immediate support at a distance via Skype.

Some coaches have experience but no training in coaching, whereas others are trained in coaching techniques but have little experience at senior levels.  We have many years of senior level experience in a variety of industries and situations and are also trained and certified.  We can help with what you are trying to achieve as well as the how.

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For best effect, we recommend a combination of focussed training workshops for groups followed by a bank of coaching time to implement and embed the learning.  This combination can be more cost effective than generic training courses.

Our coaching rates average £300-500 per session, depending on volume.  A typical coaching intervention would cost around £1600 and be completed over 4-6 weeks.

Lorraine Calcott IEng MILP MSLL MIoD

Lorraine Calcott

 

‘I have worked with Peter several times as a coach over the last year with amazing results. He is professional, engaging and most of all trustworthy, so you feel immediately you can trust him with your issues and he is genuinely keen to help you discover the answers.  He goes beyond what is expected and I truly believe my business would not be where it is today without his help. I would not hesitate to recommend him’.

 

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Testimonials and Endorsements


Project failures, whether in terms of delivery or benefits realisation, continue to grab the headlines and there is a widely held perception that the project management profession does not learn from its mistakes. Methodologies and processes are clearly part of the answer, but we also need to address the people dimension of project and programme management, and this means looking beyond traditional approaches premised on the rational economic man paradigm of incentives and sanctions. Let’s be clear, there is nothing wrong with such approaches, apart from the fact they don’t work! They may be necessary, but are rarely sufficient – the difference that makes the difference is to apply approaches that engage people in terms that tap into their creativity and desire to contribute to a worthwhile cause. This is where NLP, and this book in particular, is key. Read it, apply it and not only will it make you a more effective project manager, it will also ensure the projects you are engaged in are more successful.
Steve Jenner FAPMAuthor of 'Realising Benefits from Government ICT investment - a fool's errand' and co-author and chief examiner of the OGCs 'Management of Portfolios'. Chairman, Portfolio Management Specific Interest Group, APM (Formerly Director of IT for Criminal Justice)