Executive Coaching (1 to 1)

Coaching supports people in their professional development, orienting them to establish and follow their own path of growth and self-improvement in accordance with their role and company goals. While it may turn out to be an individual action, coaching enables the entire company to develop its competitiveness to the fullest by raising the business performance of its most valuable resources: its people.

A caoching path can support people to:

  • define and share new visions and strategies within the organisation;
  • be focused on results;
  • guide structures towards change;
  • evolve in their role;
  • make complex and challenging decisions;
  • effectively manage potential management, organisational, and relational issues;
  • motivate others towards results;
  • build collaborative networks/relationships;

The distinctiveness of our coaching paths lies in the awareness that each individual seeks balance within themselves, both in the context of their personal lives and their work environment. Balance means feeling adequate in complex situations, being effective in pursuing results and living in harmony with others. The balance that the individual transfers to their context mirrors a state of equilibrium within.

For these reasons, Hermes Consulting bases its coaching activities on the following three cornerstones:

  • the quest for harmony between thoughts, emotions, and desires, which leads people to responsibly decide to change and “how” to change.
  • the quest for self-awareness, which is the basis for choosing and building new actions.
  • the inspiring principle of ethical and conscious business, which leads towards outcomes targeted at the collective welfare and well-being.

Team coaching

Team Coaching is a workshop in which the group is guided and supported in setting concrete goals for improvement. This method is aimed at supporting individuals and the group in grounding the objectives to be achieved by identifying concrete actions to be implemented on a daily basis. The structure of Team Coaching consists of:

  • identifying mutual expectations and work objectives.
  • agreeing on rules and procedures.
  • working on possible obstacles to achieving the objectives, in order to move towards the envisioned scenario.

Effective team coaching enables the team to learn how to focus on solutions, build on what is already working, bring out resources and find new options and possibilities.

Group coaching

In group coaching each participant has the goal of fulfilling a personal need although within the group dimension. Through discussion and negotiation, mutual expectations are explored in order to achieve a common outcome and to enhance soft skills both in the role and in the group.

Each group coaching session is structured in 5 phases:

  1. The objective to be achieved.
  2. The alternatives to choose from.
  3. The definition of the action plan.
  4. The obstacles and resources to support the action plan.
  5. Closing of the session and work to do for the following session.