Suitable for senior leader & managers
who are in or are preparing for transition to a new role
This may be individuals transferring from one part of the organisation to another, or to a new role in the same organisation, or who are joining the organisation from outside. It is particularly valuable in supporting individuals transitioning into different cultures (organisational or geographic). Board members and Officers may find our Transition Coach mentoring approach useful but may also consider ‘Call-off Leadership Mentoring’.
Not suitable for: Leaders and managers who in role. Other interventions including Leadership Coach-mentoring, Call-Off Coach-mentoring and Embedded Coaching may be more appropriate.
Outcomes/Benefits: Transition Coach-mentoring decreases risk of failure and increases the speed at which a new leader ascends the performance curve. It supports resilience, and focusses clients on preparing to leave a current role well (if appropriate) and to ‘join’ their new team well. By providing a ‘feedforward’ after 3 months in role we give clients accurate insight into their impact on key stakeholders before any negative perceptions become ‘lasting’. Transition Coach-mentoring provides skilled and objective external support and challenge, focusing a clients’ development effort on building key new habits of thinking and behaviour; enabling focus on adaptations which will create the most benefit for them, their teams and the organisation. Clients develop reflective habits to support future resilience, capacity to adapt and to manage their impact.
Delivery Team: Senior leaders - Senior delivery team – experienced leaders and holding European Mentoring & Coaching Council Master & Senior Practitioner level Accreditation
Delivery Team: Executives - Executive delivery team – experienced managers and holding European Mentoring & Coaching Council Practitioner & Senior Practitioner level Accreditation
Location: Global – remote (Skype) coach-mentoring is a very applicable media for this contract, commencement meetings if held should be face to face.