Executive Coaching is a process of helping those in leadership roles modify their habits and behaviors so they can establish and achieve their goals more effectively. There are five steps in the process:
- Goal Setting: Clarification of the desired outcomes.
- Assessment: Taking stock of the forces that typically hinder and help the executive achieve those outcomes.
- Planning: Collaborative process of creating concrete steps to help change specific behaviors.
- Execution: Activities to put the plan into action.
- Follow-up: Setting up a mechanism to evaluate the results, monitor activities and help sustain the desirable outcomes.
Eliminate blind spots. See clearly those behaviors that get in the way of your success. Discover habits and behaviors that can be seen only by others. Learn about behaviors that employees would be reluctant to discuss with you. Avoid costly mistakes.
The coach and the executive will work together to:
- Clarify goals and objectives.
- Recognize strengths and weaknesses.
- Change behaviors.
- Devise methods for sustaining new behaviors.
- Goal Setting - Initial conference goal setting meeting
- Assessment - Questionnaire/Interviews Assessment instruments
- Planning - Conference to review findings, collaborative planning create roadmap
- Execution - Implement changes, regular review
- Follow-up - Re-assess review
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