It makes use of the shared insights, wisdom, and strengths of each team member so that everyone is empowered to solve problems.
In-house peer-to-peer coaching moves away from the habitual tendency to opt for quick-fix solutions , to a method of enquiry that involves lateral thinking, use of head, heart and gut reactions.
The participants trust that the process of enquiry and interaction brings insights and learning.
It is a learning-by-doing approach that quickly converts insights and learning into focused planning, goal-setting and measurable outcomes.
It presents leaders and team members with alternative perspectives that create opportunities for new practices, attitudes and actions to emerge.
It is supportive and validating for all participants. In recognising a commonality in the issues presented. Each person is enabled to access his or her own resources and wisdom.
It is a practical and experimental process where leaders and team members learn new coaching skills that will support them to empower others throughout the organisations.
It is inspiring and exciting as leader and team members discover new horizons together.
People feel their wisdom is being heard and their strengths are being appreciated and put to use.