The elements of our business support (in a nutshell)……

Who benefits from coaching?
Executives, leaders, individuals and teams. We all face challenges and opportunities in our working lives. Rarely do leaders find the thinking space and support they need to evaluate, decide and act effectively. Leadership can be a lonely pressured place. Individuals can find themselves revisiting the same issues unable to break the continuous loop of old habits and perspectives.

Coaching works best where individuals have the ‘self awareness’ to realise the potential for change and the motivation to take that first step in finding the right support for that journey. Yes, of course people can and do achieve great things without coaching, but with coaching perhaps they could have got there faster or gone further…

Coaching support is uniquely tailored to the individual(s), in their situation at that particular time. It is a form of self-directed learning, enabling you to confidently make your own decisions. Coaching targets specific issues or goals over a set time period, delivering tangible results What is coaching? >>

Human Resource Management, Personnel, Human Capital…call it what you will, but it’s all about the people working in our organisations. Whether you’re a micro start-up company or larger organisation with many layers of staff and managers, the importance of hiring and keeping the right people in your organisation is the same.
The achievements of an organisation are the results of the combined effort of each individual.” (Vince Lombardi)

The way leaders and managers communicate, act, design systems and procedures, organise workspaces, their individual characters and personalities, all have a part to play on the happiness, motivation levels and ultimately performance and productivity of our people. Doing well doesn’t cost the earth, but it does require dedicated time and thought.

How well do you recruit and train your team? Are they passionate about what they do for their jobs? Do they understand the business and its future strategy so well that they can all easily pitch and sell your service or products? Are your systems and procedures enabling efficient productive work? Are your people driving your business performance? These ‘softer’ skills are important. No-one is an expert in everything. Let us help you with; ..recruitment, inductions, staff training, policies and procedures, company handbooks and contracts, systems and practices, communication and culture, teamworking, performance management, dispute resolution, talent planning, reward and recognition, employee relations, knowledge management, HR audits, employee surveys, and more.

It’s all about collecting and analysing key people-related data (much in the same way as financial data is used in businesses) to measure and decide how best to drive business performance and productivity with your human capital (your people!)

Information is power because it enables objective analysis and robust decision-making. It shouldn’t be time-consuming or complex, but it must give you the right information at exactly the right time.

Often managers and leaders are promoted on their potential, but are then left without the necessary support and information to perform. At HRHR we understand the importance of learning tools and techniques in people management and we design and deliver bespoke training to equip managers with the skill and confidence to inspire the best in their teams.

121 or team business coaching is an essential element of leadership development. This can be combined with other learning activities in the form of leadership development programmes and practical workshops.

At HRHR we design and deliver bespoke leadership and development programmes and workshops. Here are some delegate feedback quotes:

“I was really impressed. There was no jargon and we tackled practical issues”

“I enjoyed the sessions as they make you assess what you’re doing and what you want”

“Really great workshop — I’m going to approach my working day in a different way…”

“Most enjoyed? — Helen’s personality and communication style, clarity, structure…”

“I found the practical exercises very useful; reminding me of things I need to do”

  • “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.”

    Peter F. Drucker

  • “Leadership is not about titles, positions, or flow charts. It is about one life influencing another.”

    Peter F. Drucker

  • “A leader…is like a shepherd. He stays behind the flock, letting the most nimble go out ahead, whereupon the others follow, not realizing that all along they are being directed from behind.”

    Nelson Mandela

  • “A leader…is like a shepherd. He stays behind the flock, letting the most nimble go out ahead, whereupon the others follow, not realizing that all along they are being directed from behind.”

    Nelson Mandela

  • “You get in life what you have the courage to ask for.”

    Nancy D. Solomon

  • “In the end, it is important to remember that we cannot become what we need to be by remaining what we are.”

    Max De Pree

  • “Leadership is an action, not a position.”

    Donald McGannon

  • “Surround yourself with great people; delegate authority; get out of the way”

    Ronald Reagan

  • “The very essence of leadership is that you have to have vision. You can’t blow an uncertain trumpet.”

    Father Theodore M. Hesburgh

  • “Anyone can hold the helm when the sea is calm.”

    Publilius Syrus

  • “Earn your leadership every day”

    Michael Jordan

  • “Leadership cannot really be taught. It can only be learned.”

    Harold Geneen