A traineeship at ORMIT is a journey with the real you as your destination. One of the most important people you will find next to you on your journey is your Talent Development Manager or coach. He/She is sort of your Sherpa: it’s up to you to embark on your journey, but your Sherpa is there to help you carry the load, to support you in taking your next step and to help you in deciding which path would be the best one to take.
Next to challenging missions and an intense development track full of interesting trainings, performance coaching is one of the pillars in this journey that will help you reach your destination. But what does performance coaching mean?
It starts with introspection
First of all, as you might have guessed, it’s coaching that aims towards performance. To perform in your assignment and as a professional in general, you need to know who you are, what your talents are, what motivates you etc. This means we spend a lot of time during our coachings on introspection. Based on the outcome of these coachings, we challenge you to apply the insights you gained to reach the results you and your client want to achieve. Since we at ORMIT believe that only people make the difference, the focus is therefore really on you!
Time to broaden the mind
Next to introspection, we also want to broaden your mind and your perspective to make sure you are really in touch with the world and the people around you. In our trainings, we talk a lot about giving and receiving feedback, about finding the right leadership style that suits you, about the different roles you could take in a team, … During the coaching sessions, we stimulate you to think about how you could apply what you have learned in your daily work environment. “Who do you need in this?”, “What are you going to do differently tomorrow?”, “How are you going to give feedback to your colleague?”, “What are you going to change based upon the feedback you received?” are only but a few of the questions we ask to challenge and support you in this.
Always be a work in progress
At ORMIT, we are also convinced it’s important to “always be a work in progress”. After ORMIT, the self-development doesn’t end. In our coaching sessions, we give you the tools to continue to challenge yourself after the traineeship so that you can make the right career choices for you!
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