A case study on moving to a new role
Having spent five years in current role, and not enjoying four out of the five years, the coachee became aware that in a reorganisation the role would be going away.
After a number of offers that were not ideal the coachee decided it was time to find a role that utilised his strengths.
The coachee wanted to choose a role that utilised strengths, provided a challenged and was a career accelerator.
The coachee wanted to identify a role that provided opportunity to work on areas for personal development.
Twelve coaching sessions were held with the coachee
Current context was covered and coaching goal set
The coaches action plan included;
Each coaching session reviewed and updated plan, discussed key issues and personal learning
Each coaching session set foundations for sustainability of coaching approach for the coachee in order to build personal self- coaching competencies
The coachee made a role selection based around personal strengths and career aspirations for the first time.
He has now been in this role for six months and is getting positive feedback.
It is a major step forwards in achieving success in his
The coachee achieved his goals and has developed self-coaching capabilities that will help him guide his career direction and role selection in the future.
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