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Coaching & the Executive
WHEN COACHING FINDS THAT AN EXECUTIVE ISN’T IN THE RIGHT ROLE
A coach can be instrumental in adding perspective and in redefining a position to benefit both the organization and the individual employee. The coaching will help identify individual strengths, preferences, what’s working in the current organizational structure, and what’s not. The coach can add value as a neutral voice of reason, since the coach is not motivated by any politics or agendas. The role of a coach is especially important if the organization is attempting to retain the most knowledgeable, talented, and high-performing employees.
Coaching for Change
COACHING FOR CHANGE: HOW TO HELP EMPLOYEES REACH THEIR POTENTIAL
The theory of intentional change involves thinking about who you wish to be and what you want to do in your work and life. Exploring the real self, developing a learning agenda, and finally, experimenting and practicing your new behaviors and roles. Good coaches support their clients through this process: asking good questions, listening deeply, and being an advocate for their development. Read more to find out how this framework works.
Compassion for Resilient Leaders
WITHOUT COMPASSION RESILENT LEADERS WILL FALL SHORT
As a leader, it’s important to recognize how your attitude and demeanor can affect the people you’re working with. Awareness is key here. Hiring a coach will support you in your quest to understand yourself better and how you lead others.
A few things to remember:
- Don’t judge others based on your level of resilience.
- Remind yourself of who the person really is. Think of three things that you respect about them.
- Empathy involves making an additional effort to be kind. Try seeing the world from their point- of -view, and help them see yours.
- To create impact: ask yourself these questions every day: Who do I want to be right now? Am I living my values?