Executive Coaching

Executive Coaching

Why Leaders need Coaching?
Time and again research has shown that Executives show improvement in leadership competencies and thus greater impact in performance through Coaching for the following reasons:
  • Self-Directed Learning – helps leaders find their own insights and ideas to resolve problems.
  • One-on-One conversation for improved rapport between the Coach and the Coachee
  • Solutions Focus – to overcome behavioral blocks
  • Positive Feedback – Authentic encouragement to move forward
  • Widen the thinking with an outside perspective
  • Coach acting as a sounding board in aiding decision-making
  • To help identify potential blind spots with the help of a Coach
  • To improve interpersonal skills
  • To create personal Accountability for development
  • Just-in-time Learning
Other situations when Executive Coaching can leverage performance:
  • Executives who are at the crossroads of their career
  • Temporary slide in Executive’s performance
  • Handling Stress
  • Moving into new responsibilities or roles
  • Competition and Global Business Challenges
Overall Executive Coaching Process:

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Key Objectives:
At the end of the executive coaching program:
  • Executives will have clearly defined focus areas, be able to evolve strategies and deploy them
  • Executives will have enhanced leadership competencies to be better at the job.
Who should attend?
CEOs, Directors, key decision makers and Stakeholders of the organization.

Benefits of Executive Coaching

For the Executive:
  • Acquire leadership competencies for enhanced performance
  • Instilling greater accountability and emotional intelligence for healthy relationships
  • Fulfill their true potential  in a challenging business environment
  • Change in Behavior that is positive and sustainable
  • Augment the sense of Wellbeing by regaining vitality and purpose.
  • Better ability to think and act strategically
  • Enhanced career planning and development
  • Managing stress, change, conflict or crisis
  • Leverage existing strengths  to improve performance
  • Ongoing feedback/feedforward and support for personal and professional growth.
For the Organization:
  • Enhanced organizational performance
  • Improved Leadership skills for the senior executive
  • Greater team performance
  • Better ability to complete projects on time and within budget
  • Improved Customer Service and better Client relationships
  • Improved Staff Morale.
  • Enhance Leadership Pipeline.
  • Reduce turnover and retain high potential talent
  • Succession planning and development of key executives
  • Bottomline Profitability
Bottom-Line Results:
Research (by PWC and Association resource center) has shown that the mean Return on Investment in Coaching was 7 times the initial investment and over a quarter of Coaching clients reported a stunning ROI of 10 to 49 times the cost.
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