UPM

Supervisor coaching

What was done?

The participants of the training program were from all of the company’s operating countries. The small group training part of the program was implemented by Delficon in Finland. About 40% of this group had been advancing in their careers in half a year time. Delficon’s coaching started from a 360° analysis, where the trainee gets a personal assessment of his working style by his supervisor, his work colleagues and potential subjects. He also assesses himself.

Results and benefits

“Delficon’s feedback was very positive, and the credibility of the coaches for achieving results was strong,” Riikka Walden told reporters. With Delficon, we were able to reach deep into each of our personal leadership skills, strengths and development areas.

Delficon

RIIKKA WALDEN - HRD Coordinator, UPM

In 2005, UPM-Kymmene chose Delficon as one of the partners in the UPM-Kymmene Leadership School, an International Programme for highly accredited young key actors. “The big international company has many cultures and exceedingly different operating environments. Leadership is at its purest when it’s “our way of working.” It’s like a brand that can’t be duplicated.” Said the HRD Coordinator Riikka Walden at the time. He was involved in developing the Group’s global educational portfolio and HRD processes.

MUITA MIELENKIINTOISIA

Fujitsu

Fujitsu

"Change was opened up to be made concrete. Supervisors were given the tools to take change forward."

Andritz

Andritz

"The increase in managerial skills strengthened the participants' self-confidence, motivation and attachment to our company even more closely."

Microsoft

Microsoft

"Things agreed in the coaching were concretized and connected to the daily work, so that the agreed things continued to develop even after the coaching."

Suomen Erillisverkot

Suomen Erillisverkot

“As the process proceeds, we integrate individuals’ own values with the values of the organization. Through this, personnel will have an awareness and a better understanding of the factors that guide their own activities. Commitment strengthened ”