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Executive Coaching

Executive Coaching

“Leaders unlock more of their resources through the help of incisive questioning and a thinking partner.” (TAG)

Leaders are humans too!

Executive coaching is the most robust approach to leadership development. Leaders transform their performance through working one-on-one with their leadership coach on their goals and challenges.

Having an executive coach no longer carries a stigma of remedial change. It has become the must-have objective partner that provides the essential support and level of challenge to take leaders to new heights. Executive coaching will expand emotional intelligence, help leaders to access behavioral blind spots, and leverage their strengths.

Leaders who receive executive coaching close the gap between how they perceive themselves and how colleagues, peers, and line managers perceive them. From new awareness, a more authentic and flexible leadership style emerges, and tangible actions are identified to apply in their role immediately.

Our accredited, experienced executive coaches work with leaders to provide a safe space to reflect, explore new perspectives and achieve their full leadership potential. When leaders enlist the help of a trusted, objective executive coach, the leader’s ability to lead themselves more effectively helps drive their people’s performance and projects optimally. Resulting in sustainable behavioral change that benefits both the individual leader, the team they lead, and the organisation.

The executive coaching process comprises a coaching program spanning six sessions of 90 minutes each over an agreed time frame. It results in a comprehensive report of the executive coaching journey. Stakeholder engagement and behavioral profiling tools to aid the leadership development can complement the executive coaching process.

Opportunities where executive coaching develops leadership capability:

• Overcoming conflict in the team
• Addressing poor performing team members
• Addressing low employee engagement scores
• Overcoming self-doubt and building confidence levels
• Managing stress levels and avoiding burnout
• Driving organizational change
• Overcoming communication challenges
• Addressing trust and rapport levels with colleagues
• Increasing self-awareness for more executive presence and impact
• Preparation for role changes and career progression
• Transition support in the first 90 days of a new leadership role
• Adopting inclusive leadership behaviors
• Creating a more adaptable leadership style
• Working more efficiently and effectively
• Aligning with corporate culture and values
• Enhancing decision making and strategic thinking

Leadership behaviors transition away from traditional leadership paradigms to adopt a more inclusive, relational leadership approach. The people they lead start to feel more respected, engaged, and psychologically safe. Inclusive organizational cultures are present when inclusive behaviors exist at senior leadership levels, and coaching supports this transformation.

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