Webinar: Building Coaching Culture – Recording

niall1Many thanks to Niall and all of you who participated in a fascinating webinar.

We are pleased to share the recording with our members:

Building Coaching Culture Video

Building Coaching Culture Audio

Material:

icf-webinar-251016-v5http://Building Coaching Culture – Niall Gogarty

Having commenced his study in 2012 Niall qualified as an Associate Certified Coach (ACC), with the International Coaching Federation, in 2015. He worked in the following areas of the Health Service Executive:

  • Hospital
  • Community
  • Corporate Services

He is currently employed as General Manager in the National Human Resources Division of the Health Services Executive. He attained Third Level qualifications in Management and Industrial Relations and also in the area of Coaching and Coaching Supervision.

In 2015 he was awarded the Executive Coach of the Year Award by the International Coaching Federation.

His Coaching ethos is believing in the Coachee and that they are the expert on their own life. In partnership with his Coachee he will work on bringing fresh perspectives on personal challenges, enhanced decision-making skills, greater interpersonal effectiveness, and increased confidence.

He likes to guide any Coachee he is working with on a journey of self-discovery, powerful action planning to leverage strengths and address development gaps, and prepare a plan to move forward. He likes to foster inspiration and enlightenment well beyond what is thought was possible. He believes everyone has leadership qualities even when they don’t think so. He asks each coachee to put on another set of glasses and experience the issues presented, from a leadership perspective, to improve their leadership qualities. He works with the coachee on their leadership plan to improve their leadership skills.

He uses some self awareness techniques to bring out the best in each Coachee and use forward thinking as a guide to improvement. Coachees, following our sessions, have said to him that they are much more aware of who they are and how their behaviour and delivery impacts people in every communication both in their professional and personal life.