Executive Coaching is a dialogue based learning format that is designed to provide a leader with information, ideas, resources and support to lead current operational and human resource related initiatives.
The primary goal of executive coaching is to provide strategic support to the leader. Essentially executive coaching can be viewed as a form of risk management, ensuring that executive leaders have the support, information and expertise needed to capitalize on competitive opportunities and to maintain a strategic focus as they navigate operational issues, political agendas, human resource concerns, competition, and leadership responsibilities.
My goal is to serve as a sounding board, advisor, researcher and resource to support the leader to maximize organizational performance. Since coaching is an executive driven process, the focus of the development program is tailored to the requirements of the executive.
Benefits of Executive Coaching
- Unlike conferences or training programs, Executive Coaching focuses on work-based learning practices; discussions, assessments, research and resources are relevant to the executive’s current circumstances and initiatives
Executive Coaching saves time; with the support of a coach, the executive can focus on core business issues and gain access to relevant information without the need to conduct individual research or review volumes of content to learn about strategies for dealing with their current situations.
Executive Coaching is an effective retention strategy. The intensity of executive responsibilities can take a toll on health and well being. Executive burn-out is increasingly an organizational risk. Executives report coaching to be an effective way for managing stress and maintaining business perspective and focus.