Posts Tagged ‘coaching client’
When you start a new job you might think that all you have to do to ‘get on’ is do a good job. Sadly you would probably be wrong! Here are 7 secrets for creating a successful career Continue reading “Seven Secrets of Career Success” »
Here we explore when external executive coaching is used as part of an organisation’s leadership development activity. We look at some of the different types of leadership development offered and the reasons why an external coach is preferred to an internal coach by participants. Continue reading “Why External Coaching is used in Leadership Development” »
Here we look at the how to make sure there is a clear focus in coaching and what makes it so important. Continue reading “Importance of Focus in Executive Coaching” »
What is going on in the Executive Coaching market? Who is provided with Executive Coaching and for what kind of reasons? How is Executive Coaching evaluated? These are some of the questions that are regularly asked by Executive Coaches and Clients alike. Continue reading “Trends in Executive Coaching 2014” »
Defence mechanisms are ways in which we protect ourselves from things that cause us unconscious anxiety. Some of these mechanisms might be really helpful; however there are others that may cause us problems. Continue reading “Defence Mechanisms in Executive Coaching” »
Who wouldn’t like a 50 fold return on their investment? Well Executive Coaching has been shown to produce this level of ROI to organisations. So what is it that makes Executive Coaching such a powerful personal development tool? Continue reading “The Power of Executive Coaching” »
People look to make a career change for all sorts of reasons. Many fail to do it because they just don’t go about it in the right way. Here we tell you what it is you need to do to successfully make the career change that you want. Continue reading “Career Change” »
In this article light is thrown on what it is that the client brings to the executive coaching relationship and how they expect it to be tailored to their preferences. It is based on research completed for an MA in Coaching & Mentoring. The Executives involved in the research were all in senior leadership roles in large private sector organisations. At the time of the research they were all using executive coaching.
Many of the books and literature on executive coaching emphasise the importance of the coaching relationship. However most of these seem to do this from the perspective of practitioners rather than that of clients. This could be seen as a particular problem, if as suggested, the clients’ view of the quality and strength of the relationship may differ to that of the coach, but provide a better prediction of coaching outcome.
What Can Career Coaching Do For You?
If you are looking for a new job a good Career Coach will improve your chances of getting the role you want by 50% or more. You say ‘he’s bound ...
Every CEO Should Have an Executive Coach
If you have reached the top you may well wonder how you would get any benefit from Executive Coaching Here are 3 reasons why Executive Coaching can enhance your performance as ...
What is Executive Coaching?
As an Executive Coaching Company we find that we are often asked 'what is Executive Coaching?' It seems there are many views about what executive coaching is and what executive ...
Popular ArticlesWhy External Coaching is used in Leadership Development
Here we explore when external executive coaching is used as part of an organisation’s ...
Interviews – How to be Successful
The advice and guidance given in this article is based on our work with ...
Executive Coaching Success Stories
People are sometimes unsure of how Executive Coaching might help them. These Executive Coaching ...
Behavioural Change – How Long Does it Take?
Often in Executive Coaching clients want to make behavioural changes to build their capability. ...
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