The Dilemma’s of an Internal Coach – Wellbeing
As coaching has developed, increasingly, businesses and organisations are choosing to build their internal coaching capacity. The form it takes is diverse and comes in all shapes and sizes from fully fledged coaching faculties in large corporates to the HR manager wearing two hats and the owner-manager using a coach approach to lead his or her business. It seems that everywhere you look there is coaching; even that coaching is becoming synonymous with leadership and yet … where is the support?
If you are:
- an internal coach juggling coachees with competing agenda’s;
- a manager who uses a coaching style but needs to give the unadulterated facts;
- an HR professional trying to maintain coaching confidentiality when you know more than what your coachee is sharing;
How do you hold the space and stay clean? Who do you go to for help to process your thinking? How truly open and vulnerable can you be with an internal supervisor? Where do you get support when you need to performance coach a colleague, knowing that he is likely to lose his job if he doesn’t shape up?
This first session of the Internal Coaching Special Interest Group is intended to provide a collaborative space for you to share your thoughts and experience with others and identify what you would like to have from the SIG in order to support you to navigate the white waters of the internal coaching space.
We will use the conversation to inform the future offering from the UK ICF Chapter and it would be great to hear your voice.
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