Compressed ‘fast track’ coaching

We started these shorter and more intensive assignments during 2019 when our clients were faced with significant change, increased stress and challenge, the need for faster results and with intense challenge around budgets.

The goal was to bring all the support of a typical executive coaching assignment into a higher intensity and shorter timeframe, still focused around goals, but typically very specific to the climate.

They proved so popular we now offer these shorter assignment to all our clients.

Below are examples of some of the shorter coaching assignments we offer, based on the most common challenges faced by clients since 2019.  We also offer these shorter fast-track assignments where coaching can support an immediate development need or business/leadership challenge.

Our coaches 
We partner with extremely experienced coaches.  Each coach has had an extensive corporate career (all with leadership experience) and have the ability to empathise, challenge and support individuals as they work towards their goals. 

Our coaches also facilitate programmes and workshops.  With that comes the added value of breadth and depth of understanding of the challenges faced by managers and leaders, heaps of practical frameworks and a library of resources to support the development goals of their clients.

In addition many of our coaches are qualified to use psychometric tools, which can support the coaching process.  All of our coaches are experienced at managing a 360 feedback process.


Leadership wellbeing and sustainability coaching

This coaching assignment is three months, includes the GLWS (Global leadership wellbeing survey) assessment, debrief and four 90min coaching sessions.  It’s designed to raise awareness, make meaningful change and impact the way individuals lead themselves.  Perfect for individuals who find themselves leading teams or projects in particularly stressful or challenging times and who want or need to focus more on their own welbeing.

The world of work is changing. Today’s high performing leaders need to be more agile, resilient and adaptable than ever. Finding new ways to achieve this is vital and research shows cultivating greater wellbeing can help. We are increasingly being asked to help leaders develop wellbeing as a core capability. The best leaders understand their impact on others and they appreciate how they lead sets the standard for others’ wellbeing. They role-model constructive wellbeing behaviours as ambassadors for a more sustainable, supportive and effective culture.

We use a leading assessment tool, GLWS (global leadership wellbeing survey), to gain deeper insights and suggest actionable steps to improving overall wellbeing. Clients complete the survey and through a debrief we then look at sustainable changes to  leadership impact and personal wellbeing.


Coaching through Challenge and Crisis

When faced with challenge or crisis it’s easy to be overwhelmed, make overly hasty (or no) decisions or to take back the controls and reduce the amount of delegation -reducing motivation within teams.  This short burst of coaching sessions over 3 months is focused around making reasoned decisions outside fight, flight or freeze; improving self awareness & emotional self-management, keeping the organization productive, re-orienting and quickly keeping teams aligned.  Overall increasing leadership impact and value added to themselves, their teams and their organisations.


Accepting and embracing change (for ourselves and supporting others) allows us to become more flexible and adaptable and helps us to deal with new circumstances with greater ease. The more we deal with change, the more used to it we become and the easier it is. Resisting or rejecting it can be tough on us and on others.

This short set of coaching sessions takes place over 4 months and aims to identify past behaviours around change, preferences, frameworks and action learning.  The overall outcome is to develop new thinking around embracing and leading change. Allow reflective activities to embed learning into the flow of work.

How does an executive coach deliver value for your organisation?

An executive coach can deliver value to you and/or your organization by:

Earning trust and confidence – trust is built on the foundations of a strong track record, reliability and the personal connection between individuals.  Creating a safe and confidential place to explore and at times challenge your assumptions, a coach will help you to think and act in new ways to help meet your goals. A skilled coach will give an organisation confidence that their investment is in safe hands, understanding and summarising objectives, explaining how the ‘coachees’ will be stretched, challenged and supported in a confidential and safe way, so that they are equipped to deliver on agreed goals.

Asking the right type of questions – and importantly getting you to ask questions of yourself.  A skilled coach will enable you to arrive at your own solutions leaving you empowered and committed to delivering what you need.  For the organization the right coach will quickly understand your values and purpose, ask for your views and perspectives on the culture, individuals and outcomes you are looking to achieve.

Helping identify, agree and commit to goals. Your coach will help you surface, refine and keep a focus on stretched yet achievable goals.  They will help hold you accountable to reaching them. There’s much research that supports this and writing goals down and revisiting them on a regular basis means you’re more likely to achieve them. For an organization it’s the commitment to identifying and clarifying the ‘right’ goals and the accountability of all parties to achieve them.

Improving self-awareness and emotional intelligence. The body of research into the links between high emotional intelligence (EQ) and success at work are undeniable.  A skilled coach will work to build confidence and skill in all areas of EQ regardless of the goals.  Successful business is based on quality relationships and high EQ sits at the very heart of building impactful and strong networks and connections

An extract of a blog taken from TCB founder Liz Luya writing a guest blog for

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