According to a recent article in the Havard Business Review, professional coaches are no longer only employed to assist toxic leaders, but to help existing managers and supervisors develop professionally. From the International Coach Federation, according to their studies and research, these are some of the performance improvement you or your organization can experience from having a qualified unbiased 3rd party participant. According to the Harvard Business Review article by P. Anne Scoular, there are two basic rules for hiring a coach. First, make sure that the executive is ready and willing to be coached. Second, allow the executive to choose whom he or she wants to work with, regardless of who in the organization initiated the engagement.
Reasons Why We All Need Executive Leadership Coaching
Benefits of Using a Coach
Professional coaching brings many wonderful benefits: fresh perspectives on personal challenges, enhanced decision-making skills, greater interpersonal effectiveness, and increased confidence. And, the list does not end there. Those who undertake coaching also can expect appreciable improvement in productivity, satisfaction with life and work, and the attainment of relevant goals.
Professional coaching maximizes potential and, therefore, unlocks latent sources of productivity.