Effective Executive Coaching Tips – The 5 Keys to Success
Coaching for Performance, Promotion and Perspective
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At some point most companies have had to learn how to leverage changing and scarce resources to hit ever-increasing and more demanding expectations. So how does a leader get more productivity, more performance and more innovation out of their organization? In our discussions with executives around the world, the answer we hear most often is investing in key people—because the connection between individual performance and business performance has never been clearer. And, more often than not, those investments include some form of executive-level coaching. Typically the decision to hire an executive coach—and which executive coach to hire—is made by the Board of Directors, the client’s supervisor or an HR executive.
Three basic tenets underpin our approach to executive coaching. First, people lead organizations and drive business results. Second, people can change. Every leader can improve their performance and the performance of others. While no one can excel at everything, we do believe that anyone can improve in almost any field. Finally, people have more success changing when they have a good coach. In business as in sports, people can accelerate their development when they receive encouragement, guidance, new ideas and concrete best practices from an experienced advisor.
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