Engaging an executive coach can provide benefits not available elsewhere in your organization. Here is a brief list of situations that lend themselves to coaching:
- An executive seeks to be more focused or re-energized in terms of specific performance objectives
- A leader needs an objective, unbiased partner with whom to be open and frank about problems faced in the organization
- A leader has assumed a new role and wants to accelerate the adjustment.
- Your organization is defining and strengthening its succession plan and wants to prepare leaders for the pipeline
- A talented leader continues to run into obstacles and roadblocks and seeks help.
- A manager is making a leap in scope shift to a larger leadership position and needs help transitioning from a tactical focus to being more strategic
- A team is not achieving desired results, and the leader needs help to identify what to change in team performance, and how to do so
- Follow-up to a Leadership Development Program that entailed strategic goal setting and development planning to support success
- At the first sign of burn out