Executive Coaching assists managers to improve performance and leadership behavior. Their work/life balance is optimized and they learn to lead monocultural as well as intercultural teams in a successful way.
Executive Coaching helps to reach defined goals and to exceed the expectations of the individual as well as the organization. Growth is the key-term in Executive Coaching.
What differentiates Executive Coaching from other forms of coaching?
- Executives have less time.
- Executives have a great impact on the performance and results of the employees of the company.
- Executives are professional experts and have a lot of experience they can bring into the coaching process.
- Executives want to work and learn in an upscale and discreet environment.
What not to expect in Executive Coaching?
- Executive Coaching is no mentoring.
- Executive Coaching is not the same as consulting.
- Executive Coaching is not the same as project management.
- Executive Coaching is no therapy.
What is the role of an Executive Coach?
1. An Executive Coach supports his/her clients with the following tasks:
- Navigating through change (personal and corporate level)
- Reflecting the structures, people and roles in the corporation
- Preparing for new areas of responsibility
- Achieving sustainable and positive behavior
- Motivation and better leadership for direct reports in the role of the coach
- Coping with conflicting priorities
- Working on work/life balance
2. As an Executive Coach we can cover the following situations and requirements:
- Strategy coaching
- Coaching for organizational change (change management)
- Coaching for leadership development
- Behavioral Coaching
- Life and career Coaching
Depends on the complexity of the topic. Individual coaching units take typically two hours.