Coaching is a unique partnership between a professional coach and their client. Its aim is to unlock a person's potential and therefore maximise performance.
Coaching is about asking the right questions to assist a person to determine their next actions. This helps them to realise goals that are meaningful to them. Having access to the right tools and resources, allows coaches to proactively assist their clients to get to where they need to be. At TMS we aim to give coaches, leaders and teams that advantage.
Take a look at the five essential skills required for a successful coach in today's ever-changing world here!
Get to know our Profiles
Team Management Profile (TMP)
Building Capable Teams: COLLABORATE
TMP is not just about psychometrics. It's about learning.
With our expert tool you’ll gain an in-depth understanding of the eight core Types of Work that your teams must do to be successful. We utilise work preference psychometrics and our proprietary Types of Work Wheel to create unique Team Management Profiles for each team member.
TMP helps you to create greater awareness and develop strategies to improve performance, communication and business outcomes.
Opportunities-Obstacles Quotient (QO2) Profile
Building Capable Teams: CALIBRATE
The TMS Opportunities-Obstacles Quotient (QO₂) Profile highlights people’s predisposition to seeing opportunities versus obstacles in particular situations. It also zeroes in on their probable approach to innovation, change and risk.
Understanding these factors lets you identify and develop resilience in the workplace, so you can build up thought leaders, design programmes and empower higher performing teams.
TMS and CCE Units
Team Management Systems is a recognised International Coach Federation (ICF) Continuing Coach Education (CCE) Provider. CCE is considered supplemental and advanced education for those wishing to acquire new learning and/or those who are renewing their ICF Credential.
CCE units are earned by completing a Team Management Profile accreditation course which is currently recognised for 12 hours of learning across the ICF Core Competencies and Resource Development categories.