Posts Tagged ‘Executive coaching clients’

Why External Coaching is used in Leadership Development

May 03, 2015  |   Executive Coaching Blog,Featured   |     |   0 Comment

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” »

Trends in Executive Coaching 2014

November 12, 2014  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

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” »

Executive Coaching Beware of Experts

March 19, 2013  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

When selecting an Executive Coach clients will often look for an expert. They tend to regard as important that their coach is an expert in their:

Executive Coaching|Executive Coach

July 24, 2012  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

Very often when I start working with a new executive coaching client they do not really understand what it is an Executive Coach does. Continue reading “Executive Coaching|Executive Coach” »

Visualising Success Improves Performance

May 24, 2012  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

Visualising success in Executive Coaching does not seem to be mentioned by much of the coaching literature or coaching practitioners. Yet visualisation, sometimes referred to as guided imagery or mental rehearsal, is a technique that is widely used in sport especially by many top athletes to improve performance. Continue reading “Visualising Success Improves Performance” »

Behavioural Change – How Long Does it Take?

March 17, 2012  |   Executive Coaching Blog,Featured   |     |   0 Comment

Often in Executive Coaching clients want to make behavioural changes to build their capability. As an Executive Coach I find that clients anticipate how long and how difficult it is going to be to make a change in different ways. Up to now the prevailing wisdom is that it takes around 21 – 28 days to make a new behaviour become a habit (automatic). However some more recent research shows that this may not be the case. Continue reading “Behavioural Change – How Long Does it Take?” »

Executive Coaching Is Not About Telling You What to Do

December 30, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

It seems that there are a multitude of views about what Executive Coaching is, and is not. As a result the clients that I work with initially have a wide range of expectations about what their executive coaching will entail. Continue reading “Executive Coaching Is Not About Telling You What to Do” »

A Day in the Life of an Executive Coach

December 19, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

One day recently I sat back and looked at the skills I had developed since leaving a job with a large corporate and establishing my own Executive Coaching Company.  In this article I have cheated a little in order to explain the range of things you might have to do if you are considering developing your own Executive Coaching Company. I have packed into one day the whole spectrum of tasks that are required to run a successful business. Continue reading “A Day in the Life of an Executive Coach” »

The Executive Coaching Relationship – Research Study

December 16, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

The executive coaching relationship is perceived by many writers and researchers as the foundation for successful coaching. However most of these authors and researchers are coaching practitioners or academics. There is very little research on the clients’ perspective of the executive coaching relationship.

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What Does the Client Do To Make Executive Coaching Successful?

November 28, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

In this research study Executive Coaching Clients were asked what they believed they contributed to the coaching relationship in order to make it successful. Continue reading “What Does the Client Do To Make Executive Coaching Successful?” »

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