Some of the expected outcomes of this style of coaching may include assisting executives with increased effectiveness when communicating with their organisational structure, to build and manage high performing teams and supporting mid-level managers as they prepare to move into more senior leadership roles. It is also effective and beneficial in building improved working relationships and understanding more effective communication styles. It is also extremely valuable in assisting management in exploring diverse options and issues before major discissions are taken within your business.
Executive coaches also foster strong self-management skills. Emotional intelligence and wise leadership come first from within. Self-aware leaders have the potential to create a profound ripple effect that benefits an entire organization, and a good coach will help their clients make this kind of profound impact. Executive coaches are those who have “walked the talk” - people who themselves have served in executive level positions and possess the experience necessary to serve as a credible peer to fellow leaders.