Executive and Team Coaching Engagements
The Purpose of Executive Coaching
The purpose of executive coaching is to produce better leaders. Workplace Dynamics will help discover how executive coaching can deliver bottom-line solutions to today’s urgent leadership and management challenges.
You will learn precisely how the right executive coach can demonstrably raise your performance for maximum impact. Grounded in business pragmatics and behavioural science. There are many reasons to invest in Executive Coaching, both from the company and individual stand point.
“Invest in your own career” – How many people truly invest in their careers? A small few, yet it is powerful advice, if you want to get ahead in your life and career you must invest in it.
As we can see from the aftermath of the Covid19 pandemic, investing in yourself through learning is still the best investment. The increase in lifetime earnings that come with each stage of education is a well-known finding – so the best investment advice for executives at different stages in their careers is to develop new areas of competence and expertise, in essence broadening one’s scope and interpersonal skills in order to stay vital and competitive.
These are exactly the skills you can learn from Executive Coaching.
For companies – investment in talent via Executive Coaching and Team Coaching is one of the most proven methods of development.
Coaching can help you retain key players. Coaching is geared to helping you retain and maximize your top talent, especially in turbulent times and can yield a high return on investment.
Coaching helps you do more with less. During resource tightening times, competing needs, interests, and office politics can severely challenge objective and effective decision making. Having a coach as an independent sounding board to preview options and troubleshoot problematic developments can help you navigate the stormy seas of increased workload and reduced resources.
Coaching can help you increase revenue, market share, or customer base. Coaching can help leaders keep strategic focus and optimize execution. A coach can work with you to keep morale and motivation levels high and promote a winning, rather than a whiny company spirit.
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accelerate performance through coaching
How do we do this?
Executives are busy people, time is their most valuable resource. Investing in coaching only makes sense if there is a guaranteed return on that investment. Stakeholder Centered Coaching GUARANTEES results.
Most executives need practical on-the-job learning rather than more intellectual leadership training. Marshall Goldsmith’s acclaimed Stakeholder Centered Coaching (MGSCC) process quickly identifies tipping point behaviors and leverages a clear process enabling leadership growth to become embedded in day-to-day interactions on the job.
Most executives need practical on-the-job learning rather than more intellectual leadership training. The acclaimed MGSCC process quickly identifies tipping point behaviors and leverages a clear process enabling leadership growth to become embedded in day-to-day interactions on the job.
The MGSCC’s highly successful approach to executive development and coaching includes a strong emphasis on the involvement of stakeholders, implementation of change, and follow-through to measure growth in leadership effectiveness. In the end, the only thing that counts is leadership growth i.e., leadership (behavior) effectiveness on the job as perceived by stakeholders.
Courtesy: Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching Research