Executive Coaching

A company’s success is directly linked to the effectiveness of its leaders. When a company proactively develops the capabilities of its high-potential leaders, the entire organization reaps the benefits.

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Why Coaching Works:

By working with an executive coach, a leader can shift their thinking, get unstuck and see new possibilities to achieve breakthrough results.  Some of the key reasons coaching is so effective:

Awareness

Helps your leaders become aware of key behaviors that either help or hinder their progress and growth

Action

Creates clear goals and an action plan to provide a tangible roadmap for breakthrough performance

Accountability

Provides the conditions for a leader to take responsibility for their growth and provides built-in accountability

Acceleration

Fast-tracks leaders results due to clarity of goals, support in overcoming obstacles, a clear action plan and accountability.

Key Benefits of Coaching

Increased Productivity

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Improved Work Performance

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Improved Business Management

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Improved Time Management

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Improved Team Effectiveness

Positive People

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Improved Self-Confidence

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Improved Relationships

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Improved Communication Skills

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Improved Life/Work Balance

Return on Investment

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Individuals that made back at least their investment

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Companies that made back at least their investment

All Stats from ICF Global Coaching Study

Coaching Borrows from Both Consulting and Therapy

Coaching

Consulting

Coaching

Therapy

Paid to come up with answers

Focuses on organizational performance

Strives for objectivity

Provides quantitative analysis of problems

Advises individual leaders on business matters

Involves management in goal setting

Based on organizational ethics

Paid for by the company

Focuses on the future

Fosters individual performance in a business context

Helps executives discover their own path

Paid to ask the right questions

Tackle difficult issues at work and home

Focuses on individual behavioral change

Explores subjective experience

Focuses on the past

Diagnoses and treats dysfunctionality

Based on medical ethics

Paid for by the individual

 

From HBR, What Can Coaches Do for You?