Acuity Coaching combines Executive Search and Selection techniques with global coaching knowledge to offer a solution for multinational organisations who want to offer consistency and quality in coaching on a global basis.
|We can offer sourcing & selection of Assessors, Facilitators and Coaches to an agreed specification globally
|We can advise based on research of best practice in leading users of coaching
We have an advanced process management capability
We combine these elements to deliver tailored solutions to your global coaching requirements
A fresh approach
Up to now coaching has tended to seem mysterious and confusing to all but the most experienced of users. We believe it is time to build some transparancy into coaching and give all users access to information and services based on best practice from an independent platform. Acuity Coaching takes a fresh approach, where we avoid promoting proprietory techniques and process - focussing instead on what is best for our client from the incredibly diverse world of Executive Coaching.
Acuity Coaching combines best practice in sourcing and selection from the global Executive Search and Executive Interim markets with leading edge coaching management processes. We build and maintain a coaching resource around your needs which is tuned to deliver against your organisational requirements.
Whether you are an experienced user of coaching looking for additional skills, an emerging user seeking to access the external market for the first time or a major corporate user looking to gain some control over existing coaching arrangements, we have a solution for you.
By enabling you to focus your coaching on a select group of well matched coaches we can:
- Contain costs and track expenditure.
- Utilise past performance data in the matching process.
- Capture and track ROI information.
- Collect non-personal organisational thematic data.
For more information about our approach to Executive Coaching, please view this interview with Simon Coops, Managing Director of Acuity Coaching, at the 2010 H.R. Directors Summit