As an executive, where do you go to obtain information or feedback that’s safe and confidential? You may find people that are knowledgeable to provide you with good information, or a space to explore new ideas, but confidentiality may be lacking. Talking to friends or family members can be a safe place to explore issues and challenges, but may lack the necessary subject matter expertise. The higher up the corporate ladder you climb the more isolated from constructive feedback and support you become.
Executive coaching bridges the gap. Coaching helps executives that are already successful perform at the highest levels possible. Coaches facilitate increased self-awareness – a vital skill for leaders – helping to maximize their strengths and shed light on their blind spots. It makes available ‘on demand’ information to help enhance management and interpersonal skills, improve communication skills and boost conflict resolution skills.
While it is often seen as part of the workplace, coaching is holistic, integrating both personal and professional goals. No one can perform at their best in one domain of their life while the remaining portions of their life are in disarray. Good relationships and maintaining a healthy work/life balance, among other things, reduces stress, improves performance and aids in creating a satisfying life. Coaching is an investment in making the most of all parts of your life.
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