Bill Gates said “Everyone needs a coach. We all need people to give us feedback. That’s how we improve.”. Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said the best advice he ever got was to get a coach. Venture capitalist Fred Wilson advocates coaching too, especially for first-time CEOs.
Business executives today are expected to quickly deliver results while managing more workers of varied backgrounds and talents all across the world. They are dealing with globalization, stiffer competition, shrinking talent pools, challenging economic situations, and ever-changing market conditions. And for those top executives who feel that they can handle it all by themselves are more likely to stress out, make poor decision or no decision at all – resulting in loss of opportunities, financial resources and talents.
Executive coaching has proved to be very beneficial to organizations, regardless of the size of an organization, or for how long it has been in operation. Companies have long used Executive Coaches to develop their high potentials and to continuous develop current executives’ leadership skills to ensure company success. The executive coaching sessions are also important for a new managerial team, executives who want to improve their relationship with workers, professionals who want to appreciate their work more and create a better working environment and, ones who want to change their leadership/managerial styles.
Increasing, there are more evidence that coaching is one of the most impactful way of developing people and adding to bottom line business performance. Manchester Consulting reported in The Manchester Review (2001) an average return on investment of 5.7 for executive coaching services and measurable tangible impacts as well as intangible benefits. The research was based on a survey of 100 senior executives mainly from US Fortune 1000 companies.
Executive Coaching is for executives who say that “I want to get over there, but I’m not sure how to do it, and I need support”. As an individual, these are some of the possible benefits that you can derived from Executive Coaching:
Working with an Executive Coach provides significant tangible and intangible benefits for individuals and organizations. In order for Executives and Organization to reap the benefits of Executive Coaching, there are some few key factors to look out for:
Quote : “Who exactly seeks out a coach? Winners who want more out of life.” ― Chicago Tribune
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