Thursday, 5 April 2012

What is effective executive coaching?

Do you want to know more about what effective executive coaching is?

Effective executive coaching is a process involving skillful and precise goal setting, rapport building, questioning, listening, challenging and observation along with the application of relevant, appropriate and effective tools and techniques.

Effective executive coaching encourages your learning, invites creative options development and develops your motivation to act and to deliver high performance.

Traditionally used in a sports setting, we are now accustomed to life and executive coaching.

Effective executive coaching is a niche within coaching where the coach works with you at work, building on your successes to achieve new objectives aligned with organisational targets or personal needs that will usually positively impact work performance.
An effective executive coach facilitates you to see options for becoming more effective. The coach applies a wide variety of thinking and behavioural techniques, models and methods to assist you to develop and achieve a set of objectives to improve your professional performance results and personal satisfaction, within a formally agreed coaching agreement.


 “One to one performance coaching is the way for both organisations and individuals to significantly impact the bottom line” Fortune Magazine

“Coaching is the art of facilitating the performance, learning and development of another” Industrial Society

Coaching is not mentoring or training or psychotherapy.

If you want to achieve changes and would like to discuss these with an effective executive coach then please get in touch via www.westofenglandcoachingandcounselling.co.uk.

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