What does an executive coach do?
Partnering with an executive coach can help leaders in various roles achieve their fullest potential and transform their organizations. The executive coach serves as a sounding board, helping clients to gain clarity in ambiguous situations, increase awareness, create result-driven strategies.
An executive coach can assist in understanding and evaluating patterns of thinking and behaviors. Identify opportunities, biases, and blind spots. The coaching process can help align leaders’ objectives to achieve sustainable results and improve decision-making.
The job of an executive could be demanding and stressful. We use cutting edge research and methodology to prepare our clients for the high demands of their roles. Working with an executive coach can help reduce stress and operate at a peak level for high impact results.
Why should I hire an executive coach?
A coach provides a safe place to experiment with your ideas, test hypothesis, and challenge old perceptions. In this way, an executive coach becomes a trusted partner who furthers your vision and provides support in reaching your goals.
Who can benefit from working with an executive coach?
Executives, managers, and high-potential employees can benefit from working with a coach.
Executive Coaching Outcomes:
Align vision, goals, and objectives
Increase strategic capabilities
Support strategic decision-making
Identify and overcome biases
Recognize blind spots
Create multidimensional awareness
Clarify personal and organizational objectives
Fosters emotional intelligence
- Prepare for peak performance and reduce stress
360-degree and behavioral assessments
Impact of coaching
A Global Coaching Client Study of The International Coach Federation (ICF) conducted independently by PricewaterhouseCoopers found that working with a coach increases productivity.
Coaching enables organizations to manage change and supports them in achieving their strategic objectives. Coaching promotes effective decision-making in the context of high demand and limited resources. It builds an organizational culture that can increase productivity, profitability, and shareholder value. Working with a coach can increase employee engagement, reduce stress in the workplace, and improve collaboration.
According to research by the International Coach Federation (ICF) 77% of HR professionals and leaders say that their organization is in a state of constant change, with priorities and strategies continuously shifting. High-performance organizations tend to employ coaching in their change management initiatives. The top 3 reasons for working with an organizational coach include:
Addressing management style and identifying blind spots
Overcoming resistance to change
Building resilience and change readiness