Posts Tagged ‘Executive Coaching Provider’

Template Executive Coaching Contract

August 18, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

When you start as an Executive Coach one of the last things you tend to think about is your Executive Coaching Contract documentation. Your focus is more on marketing your business rather than the administration. This article is written to help those who need a template executive coaching contract. It contains the main details that need to be covered. But you will need to tailor it to the way in which you organise your own coaching contract. Continue reading “Template Executive Coaching Contract” »

Executive Coaching – Use of 360 Feedback

August 11, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

This article looks at the pros and cons of using 360 feedback in the executive coaching process.

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Evaluation of the MBTI for Executive Coaching

August 11, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

One of the main aims of executive coaching is to build self-awareness (Whitmore, 2002).  Using an assessment tool suited to the executive coaching topic and the client’s situation can be the start of this process.  One tool I find valuable for raising awareness is the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). This is particularly the case when helping an executive coaching client to understand interpersonal relationship issues. Continue reading “Evaluation of the MBTI for Executive Coaching” »

Strengths-Based Executive Coaching Research Study

August 06, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

As a school of thought Positive Psychology has been around for over 40 years. More recently many of the principles of positive psychology have found their way into Executive Coaching. This is apparent in an approach such as strengths-based coaching. Teresa Clifford’s research challenges strength-based coaching by looking at the experience of executive coaching clients during this coaching process. Continue reading “Strengths-Based Executive Coaching Research Study” »

Self-Esteem – Executive Coaching Research Study

August 06, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

There is very little research on the topic of self-esteem in executive coaching. Yet it would appear that although self-esteem may not be the main area for executive coaching, it is often an underlying issue with which Executive Coaches find themselves working. Continue reading “Self-Esteem – Executive Coaching Research Study” »

Executive Coaching Contracting

August 03, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

What Is Executive Coaching Contracting?


This is the first formal stage of the executive coaching process. Getting this stage right is fundamental to the rest of the coaching engagement. This article covers important aspects of the executive coaching contract from the perspectives of the sponsoring organisation, the Client and the Executive Coach. In the contracting phase the objectives for the coaching are agreed as well as the arrangements for coaching and the terms and conditions. Continue reading “Executive Coaching Contracting” »

Leadership – It’s about Skills not Personality!

July 23, 2011  |   Coaching Latest News   |     |   0 Comment

I am a firm believer that great leaders do not come out of any particular personality mould. In executive coaching I have worked with, outstanding leaders all of whom had different personalities. Contrary to what some believe about leadership they were not all lively extroverts who had magnetic and charismatic personalities. Continue reading “Leadership – It’s about Skills not Personality!” »

Why Introverts can be Great Leaders

July 20, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

Outgoing personality traits are often associated with top corporate roles, but new research suggests businesses miss out when they fail to find and promote executives with more understated styles.

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5 Tips for Building Confidence

July 06, 2011  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

Often Executive Coaching Clients find themselves in a situation where they lack confidence to do or say something. In this article there are some great tips for building your self-belief. The guidance given has already proven successful in many contexts, especially business and sport.

 

Tony Goddard

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How to Influence the Way You Feel

June 30, 2011  |   Coaching Latest News   |     |   0 Comment

You can have a perfect life, a perfect career, a great relationship, wonderful friends, lots of money and great health – and chances are you are still doing your share of daily suffering (worry, anxiety, desire, aversion, excessive thinking, etc.). So, what about the other 99.999% of humanity, who have lots of things they would desperately like to change? They definitely have more than their fair share of day to day suffering. This sort of suffering is simply a fact of the human condition.

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