How it works
To ensure we make the right coaching match, the first step is to collect key data in Coach and Client profiles.
Critical to the success of any coaching strategy is ease of implementation. To be effective, it must integrate seamlessly into your organisation. This is a crucial point of difference when working with The Coaching House.
We provide a single point of contact and partner you in the process, helping with your decision-making and the matching process between Client and Coach. It is our job to make hiring and managing Coaches easy, whilst providing the tools to track results and measure impact.
We work fairly and transparently with our Clients, adhering to an equitable business model to deliver real and affordable value to all.
The Matching Process
To ensure we make the best coaching match, we collect key data in Coach and Client profiles.
Client profiles are comprised of two parts. The first part is the Client's professional resumé. The second part is a questionnaire to understand the Client's challenges and opportunities, their past experience of coaching and their expectations of the coaching relationship and the Coach.
Coach profiles provide a short introduction to the Coach and are comprised of two parts - the Coach’s professional resume and a short video in which the Coach describes his or her background and coaching philosophy. The Coach will also give examples of a representative coaching engagement and Client testimonials.
With the Coach and Client profiles in hand, the optimal match is a function of three key components - commonality, compatibility and credibility - between Client and Coach.
We use this matching formula of Client-Coach commonality, compatibility and credibility, along with key inputs contained in Coach and Client profiles. Once this part of the process is complete, Clients will be matched with a recommended Coach or be invited to choose from two or three suggested Coach profiles.