Sustainable Development through

Coaching

with Psychological Mindedness

in person and virtual

An Overview

Research indicates that 70% of the leadership coaching engagements meet limited success because leaders are often not able to persevere on the stated coaching goals, because of emotional, relationship or situational barriers existing at that time. The boundaries of Coaching engagements or the skill of the coach may, limit the focus on the stated competency development only.

Experts have also drawn clear boundaries between coaching and counselling, and rightly so. Certified counselors are needed for barriers presenting in the form of psychological disorders. However, there is a clear differentiation between psychological disorders (to be addressed by certified psychologists) and situational, contextual, anxiety, emotional and relationship concerns, which, as per experts, can be addressed by coaches.

In fact, our coaching experience of over 2 decades and research indicates that a “whole” approach to coaching may be more effective. An approach that integrates Coaching and Psychological Mindedness”, may be useful in cases where the development is needed for competencies and emotional and relational barriers.

This approach recognizes that:

A coaching mandate will be successful if it is driven by the coachee’s whole motivation and choice

Barriers to coaching effectiveness often present in the form of situational and relational challenges in the coachee’s environment

Identifying these barriers and facilitating the coachee’s navigation through these, is the catalyst for powerful coaching impact

Therefore, the approach of coaching with a psychological mindset, while not transgressing into the areas of disorders, squarely addresses the obstacles of effort and motivation of the coachees

Psychological Mindedness (PM) is a trait which has at its core disposition to reflect upon the meaning and motivation of behaviour, thoughts and feelings in oneself and others. It is a critical requirement for both the coach and the coachee. It has its genesis in the work of Carl Jung and Murray and has been built on, successively through the decades by other experts and is finding its place in coaching.

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Our Approach

InspireOne follows an integrated coaching and counselling approach which places individual at the center to help create sustainable behavioral change and achieve performance goals

InspireOne Coaching Approach

Coaching Scenarios/Objectives

Covering but not limited to:

Coaching leaders for Strategic thinking, Engaging Talent, Inspiring teams and Achieving Excellence
(IBM Kenexa’s High Performing Behaviours for leaders (HPB™))

Leadership competencies for a level of leaders
aligned to the strategic direction of the organisation

Specific leadership competencies identified for a leader’s effectiveness
in the current role or move into the next role

Coaching of abrasive leaders
for effectiveness
with teams and peers

Coaching leaders on working as systemic leaders vs. functional leaders
Collaborative and Systemic thinking

Executive Presence, Collaboration, Delegation,
Driving team effectiveness etc

Our Coaching Framework

To help individuals achieve sustainable enhanced performance, we adopt a blended coaching and positive psychology framework

Our Coaching Framework

Coach Profiles

InspireOne Coaching Profiles

Case Studies

Executive Coaching to enable leaders to take on enhanced roles

Executive Coaching for India Plant leaders of a Multinational Chemicals organisation

Executive Coaching for India Plant leaders of a Multinational Financial Services Organisation

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