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What is Personal Development Coaching?

Personal Development Coaching is an opportunity for you to have conversations about your development at work. You can explore your work-place goals and objectives and the development or learning you need to achieve them.

Our focus is on enabling and supporting you to achieve these goals whilst building longer term self-development practices that will sustain you going forward.

Why do I need it?

For many of us our workplaces are changing, and this change is set to continue. We may need to develop new skills, new knowledge and new behaviours. Not just one time, but continually.

Our employers can help us with this, but we may need more than they can give us. A PD Coaching session allows you to be open and honest about your career, your personal development and your current work-related challenges.

How is it different to regular coaching or mentoring?

 Where our PD Coaching sessions differ are in that we draw on our many years’ experience of helping groups and individuals to learn and develop in the workplace. We support you in getting on track with your current personal/career goals, and work with you using a ‘coaching-style’ approach of effective questioning and listening, allowing you to work out your own solutions. Throughout this process we will introduce you to practices that will enable you to self-direct your learning in the future.

How Does it Work?

Delivered over Zoom or MS Teams, our coaching-style sessions will focus in on your learning goals and personal development needs.

Personal Development Programme

This series of 3 x 1-hour PD Coaching sessions, spread over 6 months, will allow you to identify your learning goals and implement plans to meet them, whilst being challenged and supported in your learning.

Prior to the first session you will be provided with a Personal Development Workbook. We will provide you with access to tools and resources to get you started on your learning journey. In addition, you get access to the LearningPlanet video library covering management and leadership skills.

This programme will help you to:

  • Identify where you want to be in the future
  • Consider skills and knowledge you need to develop to achieve your future goals
  • Accelerate your development with self-directed learning practices
  • Have the opportunity to ‘go deep’ with particular learning practices, such as building learning networks, working out loud, or dealing with any skills challenges.
  • Practice and explore any challenges you are facing in our PD Coaching sessions

Currently taking bookings for March-August                               Cost €299 EU/£289 UK      

Book a no-obligation introductory chat or email us at enquiries@talentstorm.co.uk

Download the Personal Development Programme information here.

Interested in an in-company solution? Talk to us! We’d love to help.

The session helped me reshape my leadership skills and explore new career avenues by thinking beyond the scope of my daily tasks

During one of our sessions I expressed my thoughts about working as a CTO or starting my own tech company. With no business I need a playground to experience how it feels to create a tech start-up. Rachel’s advice and questions on how I would achieve this led me to an incubation program to experience being in a start-up whilst managing my daily job

Our session was very insightful for me. It enabled me to look at what I truly want or need to learn in order to achieve my goals and ambitions.

I remember very much the way she described the learning journey. And that opened my eyes and I thought, oh, I never thought of it is like this and it works. I really saw that she has a different approach on learning methods and on education and training. And she sees the learning as more, in a broader sense. I really liked that

She really got me thinking much wider. So, I did some research on myself to say, what other options could there be. It helped me to see a little bit better, and to open up my search criteria

She put me into a position that I should work with myself and understand myself. And I think in the end that was much wiser than giving me a solution on a plate

It was really useful - it's that personal focus and also something that contributes to your level of confidence at any point in time

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