Free Coaching conversation programme
The programme consists of four informal coaching conversations provided by CAPE volunteers and will take place across three months.
What's included in this Pledge?
Congratulations! You have the opportunity to take part in the CAPE Coaching Conversation programme to support you in your career development.
The programme consists of four informal coaching conversations provided by CAPE volunteers and will take place across three months. Coaching conversations aren’t about people telling you what you should do…They are a supportive conversation to provide focused thinking space to explore your career and personal development. The conversations can be by phone or video call.
CAPE volunteers are not accredited coaches. They are managers working across different organisations who have been part of a programme to develop their coaching conversation skills to support people in their teams. As part of their training, they also get to coach people from outside their business… you!
They will help you identify some career and personal development goals and will provide a safe, confidential and supportive space for you to work on these together. They are great listeners and are very friendly.
By taking part in the conversations, you will be able to confidently move forward with your development and career.
Here are some examples of focus areas for the coaching conversations:
– How to develop skills and strengths
– How to build more effective relationships at work
– How to manage people
– How to have more confidence
– How to be a better presenter
– How to have influence or make decisions
– How to get a promotion or new role
– Working effectively with your manager and/or team
Register your interest for the free coaching conversations for you and your team here!
Tell me about CAPE
Naomi and Lynsey met over fifteen years ago when working in corporate roles in infrastructure and real estate. They are now career and leadership coaches passionate about helping people reach their potential and be fulfilled at work.
They both experienced self-belief impacting challenges when they became managers for the first time many years ago. The move from being technical experts (Naomi as an engineer and Lynsey as a Chartered Surveyor) and delivering great work as individual contributors, to then managing others was a significant transition. Whether that was managing suppliers, project managing internal colleagues and external contractors/consultants or direct line management.
This contributed to the reason they both became coaches and felt drawn to better understand and help others in management and leadership development. These early experiences often shape how we progress in our career, our self-confidence, and the type of manager we become. This in turn influences how successful we are at work and in turn the success of the businesses we work for.
The CAPE Developing brilliant people managers programme was created to support managers to feel equipped, enabled and empowered to carry out their roles. CAPE also provide bespoke development workshops, programmes and 1-2-1 coaching.