What is Executive Coaching?
Today, executives and managers at all levels of an organization realize the benefits of having a coach - someone who is not in their organization, someone whom they don't have to impress, with whom they can be candid, who will listen without judgment. They need a coach who will be objective, will maintain confidentiality, and will help them fashion a Personal Development Plan with outcomes at multiple dimensions - Personal, Professional, Team, Organizational and Business. Executives need this outside support particularly during times of traumatic change caused by downsizing, acquisition or merger, and by challenges of global competition.
Who Can Benefit?
Any executive, who wants to improve, can. Typically, we work with individuals who are already valuable assets to their company and need outside developmental support to become better in variety of areas.
Beneficiaries include the clients themselves, their teams, their peers, the organization, their customers, shareholders, and frequently their families and their communities.
What are typical areas addressed in Executive Coaching?
1) Addressing current challenges
2) Career planning
3) Attaining critical skills
4) Performance Feedback
5) Legacy planning
6) Team leadership and team membership
7) Maintaining a healthy work / life balance
What is the unique perspective of this program?
The uniqueness of LIM’s Executive Coaching program lies in the fact that it addresses coaching from a systemic perspective. In the organization each manager must interact constantly with others, and our approach to coaching deliberately includes getting input from the coachee’s team members. In this manner the coachee’s behaviors and mindset are addressed and worked on within the actual context of daily reality. This has the effect of changing not only the leader’s perspective but also the system in which the leader and team members must operate.
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