The corporate world is a demanding place to be right now. Four years of recession have taken their toll with budget cuts, squeezed resources, reduced training and fewer, often less experienced people being asked to deliver more and more.
However, the green shoots of recovery really are beginning to take root and companies need to ensure their senior executives are well-placed to capitalise on every possible opportunity.
Executive coaching is a great way to do this.
Executive coaching involves coaching managers and leaders within organisations either individually or as teams. It maximises the potential of every leader and/or team in the business by focussing specifically on their goals, their challenges and their opportunities.
Executive coaching can be used in many different contexts including:
- Strategic development
- Team on-boarding
- Role transition (often promotion)
- Personal development
- Conflict management
- 360 degree feedback
Executive coaching offers enormous benefits to the coachee and to the organisation. At its heart it offers quality thinking time, an increasingly rare and valuable commodity in business. Just think how much time and energy is wasted with circular thinking regarding a particular challenge or even opportunity.
Executive coaching cuts to the heart of the issue. The coachee has time to reflect in a totally neutral environment on the key challenge or opportunity at hand. They quickly see what the main obstacles are and come up with strategies to overcome them aided and supported by the coach. Armed with timely action plans they can move the business forward and achieve the success they desire efficiently and effectively.
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