There is no doubt that coaching is the most popular recent fad in realm of leadership and management development. The danger is that coaching is very quickly going to go the way of “empowerment,” a term that once meant something very specific but eventually came to mean nothing as people attempted to lump all of their corporate agendas under the then popular banner. There are two fundamental differences between all of these practices. Coaching is a distinct practice that requires a specific set of competencies. It is not the same thing as leading, managing, teaching, or mentoring. While it is true that leaders can be teachers or managers can be mentors, competence in any of these has no bearing on the practice of coaching. At the Human Potential Project we design and deliver developmental programs that guarantee a 10-fold return on your investment. Our results speak for themselves. We look forward to helping you design and deliver your new future.
Our mission is very simple. We intend to revolutionize the practice of management!
Central to our work is the belief that the world does not exist as a permanent fixed reality. We human beings are not merely passive observers. We are intentional players, inventors, designers, and creators of our world. And to accomplish anything, we depend on everyday coordination with others. This is where HP2 makes its mark.