Companies use Leadership Coaching as a cost-effective way to invest in their people.
It is used in executive development strategies, as a component of development training for managers, and for individual employees who, with a little support, could rise above the bar to prove a great return on the company’s investment.
Coaching looks different at each level of leadership. Coaching for executive leaders is often focused on more advanced leadership skill development, like emotional intelligence. Coaching for middle managers is often focused on the challenges of managing up, down and across the organization. Coaching for front-line managers is often focused on developing the critical skills of managing the work and personalities of others.
While skills and concepts look different at each level, “coachees” can all expect to:
Gain a greater awareness of how others perceive them as a leader and recognize their natural leadership talents. Identify specific goals, challenges and opportunities for growth and development.
Explore the possible challenges to the achievement of goals and reflect on how success is impacted by thoughts, communication and actions. Identify and realize possible solutions and actions to achieve success.
Develop Strengths & Achieve Goals
Identify, commit to and practice new actions to become a more effective leader. Target new areas of growth such as: strategic vision, decision-making, communication with peers & direct reports, productivity through delegation, conflict, adapting to change, and giving performance feedback.
Excelerant’s award-winning coaching program works together with individuals, departments and teams to identify obstacles to growth and create strategies to achieve success.
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