PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE COACHING
Can you imagine any high-performing sports teams without a coach on the sidelines? Do you know any serious athlete, who prepares for a major competition without a coach?
Today’s high-performing professionals may as well be referred to as corporate athletes, considering the stamina, focus, energy, and high performance level that is expected of them. It does not come as a surprise then that more and more executives and high-performing professionals are engaging coaches to evaluate what works and what gets in the way of achieving desired results, for a critical assessment of current behavior patterns, accountability, candid feedback, positive enforcement of best practices and encouragement in order to accelerate their career progression.
Leaders who engage in executive coaching are seeking to take a major step forward in their leadership capabilities, often in response to increased job responsibilities or rapidly changing work conditions. Coaching can especially benefit professionals who find themselves going through critical points of change such as accelerated corporate growth, assuming a new leadership position, building or changing a management team, career progression, leadership transfers or transitioning into a new international job assignment.