Executive Coaching provides companies a way of developing their senior and important staff on a personal and confidential manner. Coaching sessions enable the individual to concentrate on the issues that are most critical to their performance, something a group training course cannot do. They allow the director or manager to remain at their post whilst developing, and hence does not take them away from their contribution to the business.
Through coaching interventions, we help individuals focus on current and future achievements in a way that builds awareness of their strengths, establishes personal responsibility and results in behaviour change that will impact the company bottom-line.
Our Approach: Marshall Goldsmith
Our approach and success are characterised by collaboration and partnership with our clients and a concentrated, clear focus on achieving outstanding results where we are certain that we can truly bring quality and value.
Our executive coaching interventions offer a transformational approach to coaching rather than a transactional approach. This means our coaches work not only at the behaviour level but also at the mindset and beliefs level which is the element that makes the difference between short-term change and long-term transformation.
Our global reach ensures that for multinational companies we can provide executive coaching in any location, in multiple languages, tailored for each individual but with an across-the board transformational approach.
Who is Executive Coaching for?
Executive coaching is targeted at people who are critical to your organisation’s success, or will be in the future. In general, this includes everyone at C-level, heads of major business units or functions, technical or functional heads, and the high-potential employees. Some of the reasons for using executive coaching are:
- the enhancement of personal impact and performance;
- supporting the appointment of a person into a different role;
- accelerating the personal development of individuals defined as high potential;
- the management of a period of stress, change, conflict or crisis;
- offering tailored development as a means of rewarding and retaining key staff critical to the business.
Executive Coaching Process
Typically, executive coaching is delivered face-to-face, complemented with telephone/mail coaching. We work collaboratively with each client to ensure that their needs and objectives are understood before facilitating a match with a coach. Care is taken to ensure that each person to be coached is matched with someone they are comfortable with and aligned with their values. Each client is taken through a review process to set benchmarks prior to coaching and a final evaluation session to provide details on. Throughout the coaching process, regular update reports on coaching progress and status are provided including trends, progress and recommendations, while respecting the confidentiality of the coaching.