Coaching

Building authentic and effective leaders

Driving performance, behavioural change and self-awareness, our coaching programs respond to the development needs of each individual, team and organisation. Our experienced accredited coaches use tools and frameworks that unlock potential and build authentic and effective leaders.

Our experienced accredited coaches are personally selected for each participant from our unparalleled sought-after network.

Executives and Emerging Leaders

Our coaching program challenges leaders to perform at their best by knowing themselves, their direction and the role they can play in the success of their organisation and careers.

The structured program clarifies and sets expectations with the client, organisation and coach, enabling a clear focus and agreed program goals from the start.

Throughout the program, both senior executives and middle managers are supported to leverage strengths, identify gaps, clarify goals and test decisions on their performance, leadership, skills and behaviour. The focus is on accountability and self-awareness to enable change and growth to reach potential.

Participants seek support on career decisions, people management, leading change, challenging workplace situations or next steps. Organisations look to support talent, build capability and accelerate learning that delivers impact.

Three, six and 12 month programs are designed to achieve short and long-term goals.

Case Study

Coaching for Impact

An executive working in professional services approached McCarthy Mentoring after being invited to lead the operations of a second major division in their organisation. While they were a strong performer, they felt overwhelmed by the sheer volume of work, significant decisions to be made and cultural changes required to unify the two divisions.  Their six month coaching discussions unlocked some of the barriers in the decision making process, clarified priorities and provided tools and frameworks to manage some poor behaviour that was impacting culture. The executive has since become the CEO.