Coaching is a powerful one-on-one relationship that engages an
executive in a deep and honest exploration of their goals and the
actions required to accomplish them. Executive Coaching supports,
challenges, and holds an executive accountable to make consistent
(often dramatic) progress towards the realization of his or her most
important aspirations and potential.
Coaching, executives are able to clarify their vision, overcome
obstacles, change self-defeating beliefs and habits, build trust and
goodwill, turn a business around, increase personal and organizational
performance and achievement, improve leadership skills, change an
organization's culture, or develop strategies for achieving
extraordinary results. Executives use the Executive Coaching
relationship to focus on both personal as well as business goals.
Coaching is a one-on-one process that is individualized to the specific
needs of the executive. Executive Coaching is generally performed over
the phone in one-hour weekly sessions to maximize efficiency,
effectiveness, and results. However, face-to-face meetings can be
arranged when desired and more effective. The format, method and
approach for Executive Coaching vary depending on the area of focus.
EXECUTIVE COACHING AREAS OF FOCUS BENEFITS
Executive Coaching for Leadership Skills
- Often executives moving into new roles discover that they are being
called upon for leadership functions they have not previously
performed, such as managing other senior executives, developing
and communicating the company's vision and strategies, and
changing the company's culture.
Executive Coaching for Strategic Performance
- Executives may have sufficient skills to address non-strategic
day-to-day issues, but to lead their company to the next level or in a
different direction requires strategic leadership. This could include
strategy development, reorganization, performance measurements, and
performance coaching and feedback.
Executive Coaching for Leadership Development
- The time may come when an executive is being considered for a
promotion to a higher position. While he or she may be carrying out the
present assignment without difficulty, it may be necessary to consider
and address new competencies that would be needed for the new position.
CoreStrata® Executive Coaching customizes leadership development to the executive's needs and style.
Executive Coaching for the Executive's Agenda
- This coaching tends to be broad and evolving. Leading a business or
major business function can be a lonely activity. An Executive Coach
can be a confidential sounding board to help the executive work through
issues in the organization. The Executive Coach can fill the role of a
confidant to offer insight, perspective, and constructive feedback on
the executive's ideas. An Executive Coach can help develop the
strategies necessary to successfully implement new initiatives.
- Customized One-On-One Executive Coaching
- Vision Clarification
- Executive Accountability
- Enhanced Leadership Skills
- Improved Personal and Organization Performance
- Sounding Board and Confidant
- Strategy Development
- Goal-Driven Process