Coaching to Transform Individual,Team and Organisation Performance

In 2009, JMJ acquired The School of Coaching (SoC), a world leading and accredited performance coaching service with over 20 years of experience and track record.

With unrivalled expertise in teaching and in using coaching to enhance business and personal performance, set apart by the quality of the programmes.

The School of Coaching was founded by Myles Downey, one of Europe’s most renowned coaches and author of Effective Coaching, a seminal text on coaching and since 2009 formed part of JMJ Associates, a global consultancy specialising in Enterprise Transformation.

Coaching is the art of creating an environment, through conversation and a way of being, that facilitates the process by which a person can move towards desired goals in a fulfilling manner

We’re in the business of transforming business

Coaching leads to higher levels of individual and organisational performance, a greater ability to adapt to complexity, and a broadening of perspective. Shifting current ways of operating to a way of inspiring and leading others from a commitment to new, previously unimaginable results.

Helping leaders to overcome mental obstacles, improve focus, and anchor decision making in a clearly defined vision, as well as guide them to see how new ways of thinking, being and doing can lead to improved ability to accomplish their teams’ goals.

To enable a striking impact on performance we take time to understand and listen to our clients’ objectives and goals to ensure our approach always contributes to the wider organisational direction. Working closely with organisations to design and structure strategic coaching interventions that enable, build and sustain conversations for high performance.

The result is an organisation with the capacity to use learning to become more creative, more intelligent, more responsive and more effective.

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The experience has been life changing. Since adopting a coaching style I have seen some remarkable results and transformations in the performance of others and the business.

Michael Broadhurst