Executive Coaching has been a part of large corporations for many years and is probably the most widely accepted and recognized form of professional coaching. In many quarters it is seen as a significant “perk” as selective individuals are given the opportunity to develop professionally in a one on one relationship.
In very practical terms Executive Coaching creates a powerful relationship and therefore a context to truly understand what is important and consequently make the right decisions. It operates on a process level to help individuals understand where there are, and where they want to go.
For the individual business leader, Executive Coaching also requires an integrated approach because people have a whole life. They take their work frustrations home with them where it spills into their relationships, health and family. Conversely, when there are challenges at home these also appear at the door of the office. Read more