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Inspiring Potential launches new coaching programme

Coaching and leadership development company Inspiring Potential has launched a new six-stage, one-to-one coaching programme.

The company says the programme can be tailored for senior executives, business owners, managers, high potential employees and even those faced with redundancy.

Called Inspiring-U, the programme features structured, face-to-face coaching sessions, with telephone and email support. It combines executive coaching (where the emphasis is on the coachee´s performance at work) with life coaching (which involves issues relating to career change, health, money, relationships and self esteem).

According to Inspiring Potential, each programme covers emotional issues for the coachee, such as values and limiting beliefs, not just actions and tasks, and it would reflect the needs of the client organisation as well as the needs of the individual.

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