The gap between vision and current reality is also a source of energy. If there were no gap, there would be no need for any action to move towards the vision. We call this gap ‘creative tension’.
– Peter Senge
Good coaches support effective leadership. I train and facilitate people to become good coaches, highly skilled at supporting enduring, effective, extraordinary and ethical leadership.
Leaders are asking for greater insights into developing coaching cultures in their organisations. Leaders also want to develop their own coaching capability. Eileen consults to organisations who wish to develop coaching cultures. Leader as Coach or Leader as Mentor workshops, developed by Eileen, are now undertaken by Joint Prosperity (Pty) Ltd – see http://www.jointprosperity.com)
Executive & business coaching is a future-focused, positive and energetic engagement aimed at supporting a leader or manager to achieve their vision, in alignment with their values and business objectives.
As a International Coach Federation Master Certified Coach Eileen is committed to enable confident & highly competent coaches. She mentors and supports coaches, assisting them to attain higher levels of competency within the ICF competency framework.
Eileen also provides peer supervision for coaches.
Coaching small groups, and individual coaching, for academic institutions for people undertaking leadership programmes.
Eileen is a professional associate of the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) and is involved as a coach on various leadership programmes and as lead faculty for the GIBS Professional Business Coaching Programme
Eileen has a strong association with Sean Germond of Pygmalion (Pty) Ltd, who has accredited her as a facilitator of the Still Life Process.
Alison Reid, who is the Associate Director of Personal & Applied Learning at GIBS, has multiple coaching qualifications, including a Masters in coaching, plus an ICF credential at PCC level, is involved in the Narrative Coaching workshops. Ali presents Group Coaching approaches in narrative coaching.
“Coaching is Simple, but not easy.”
- Marshall Goldsmith