Coaching for communicators

You’re good at communications. You’re good at your job. So, why would you need a business writing coach?

For the same reasons an elite athlete or successful CEO has a sports or executive management coach. To help you perform at your peak. Achieve your personal best. Be on the winning team.

Coach vs supercoach

How much time have you got?

It’s a pertinent question. If you had all the time in the world, you’d ideally choose a non-directive coach. Someone who knows how to bring out the best in people. You. An MD. A sports team. Anyone. Simply by asking the right questions and helping you discover the possibilities within yourself. This is our approach on a Discovery Day.

If, however, you need some quick upskilling as well as long-term improvement, you’d be better off with a directive coach. Someone who’ll tell you what you’re doing wrong and how to put it right.

And then there’s the supercoach: a trained coach who’s also a champion in your field. And a bit of a mentor. Someone who knows your situation inside out and is always on your side. Someone who has the quick fixes and shares their first-hand experiences to guide you towards your goal.

Mark and Debbie Griffiths are your business writing supercoaches.

Mark and Debbie Griffiths

Individual and team coaching

At Ideal Wordcraft, we coach people who actually do the communications, who write or edit your materials. Not so much senior managers, usually line managers and comms people at the coal face.

We coach you and your colleagues on the job. On live projects. Face to face and virtually.

You complete the job in hand to a professional standard while developing skills and gaining in confidence.

Our 1-2-1 coaching is ideal for:

  • line managers who need to coach comms team colleagues
  • communicators who are ready to move up your talent pipeline
  • team members who need additional support to write on brand
  • new colleagues who need to get up to speed.

Our team coaching is ideal for small teams who:

  • want to become the best writers in your business
  • enjoy learning with and from others
  • would benefit from a little extra direction and motivation.

What will it take to get you there?
Work it out with Mark Griffiths.