Coaching

Coaching

At The Information Lab, we understand that sometimes you may need a little extra help. That's why our expert team are on hand to offer one-on-one coaching if and when you need it.

What is coaching? 

Coaching is our way of providing extra support to our customers, enabling faster upskilling with Tableau and Alteryx. Our coaching sessions allow you to book a 45 minute one-on-one session with one of our expert coaches to get support on a specific business use case. 

Who is our coaching for? 

Anyone who is looking to get help with Tableau or Alteryx. It’s particularly useful for smaller teams, as well as teams of mixed ability levels. Our coaching offers tailored support when you need it, providing an on demand option that can be more convenient than trying to make an instructor-led training day cater for all. 

Teams who are just getting started, or scaling their instances of Tableau and/or Alteryx can get real value by using coaching sessions to accelerate their Tableau/Alteryx learning journeys.

Coaching offers your team continued support beyond an initial training day, allowing them invaluable further education and guidance as they learn the tool. It also allows more experienced users of the tools to get access to experts who can give them tailored support, which generally gives a much more powerful training experience than trying to cater for experienced users in an instructor-led training day. 

How can coaching help you?
  • To save time – get an expert to answer your specific questions instead of searching for the answer in help articles
  • Help writing and understanding calculations
  • Design and build more effective dashboards
How can coaching help you?
How has coaching helped other organisations?

Many of our clients have benefitted from leaning on our coaching for extra support and advice.

See how it’s benefitted Safefood 360º:

Get in touch with coaching expert, Tom Pilgrem (tom.pilgrem@theinformationlab.ie) to find out how our coaching can help you.

How has coaching helped other organisations?