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Why Professional Coaching is valuable

Coaching deals with employee growth, development and achievement by removing roadblocks to performance and enhancing creativity.

Coaching isn’t counselling and it differs from mentoring too.  Coaching enables the person to create and develop their own best practices, connections and resources through either peer or professional coaching.

Benefits of Coaching to the Individual

Benefits of Coaching to the Organisation

  • Promotes professional career growth
  • Enhances skills
  • Increases self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Identifies weak areas and turns them into potential successes
  • Enhances problem analysis
  • Provides an opportunity to think about a better work role and career
  • Gives a targeted focus in the aspect of training and development
  • Higher employee retention
  • Competitive advantage with more skilled and well0-performing employees
  • Increased skill set and knowledge levels of the people
  • Greater chances of attaining goals
  • Full utilisation of human resources
  • Strengthening of company culture and ethics.

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The benefits of Coaching can improve the workforce of a company, improve employee morale and help achieve your organisations goal.  Companies that offer training alone experience 22.4% increase in productivity, but when combined with coaching that figure rises to 88%[1]

Coaching offer for CAUDIT Members

CAUDIT is committed to providing professional development for its members.  As such we are pleased to offer our members the opportunity to undertake coaching for themselves with paceLEARNING at a reduced rate. 

Follow this link to find out how you can access this coaching offer.

[1] Gerald Olivero, Denise Bane & Richard Kopelman, Public Personnel Management.