Leadership Coaching

“To build a strong team, you must see someone else’s strength as a complement to your weakness, not a threat to your position or authority” (Christine Caine)

The most powerful engine to driving change within any organisation is strong and effective leadership. The educational world is moving from traditional autocratic leadership towards consultative, distributed leadership. The modern educational leader holds skills that allow this to happen, giving increased capacity building opportunities by empowering people within their roles., and by growing their potential to affect change further than their own roles.

The coaching approach to leadership development gives leaders the creative and reflective space to ask themselves questions that are meaningful to them. In doing this leaders develop a more reflective style, enabling them to build strong teams and develop crucial elements within their staff teams, such as trust, confidence and cohesiveness.