Executive Coaching

The essential features of executive coaching are that it is a short-term, time limited, goal specific, action orientated, and personally tailored approach to learning. It utilises feedback and offers some objectivity.

Executive Coaching is used in organisations to:

  • To support the induction or appointment of a senior person into a more senior, or different role
  • To accelerate the personal development of individuals defined as ‘high potential’, or individuals from a minority group identified for affirmative action
  • To underpin the effective implementation of organisational change, through supporting teams and individuals
  • Independent sounding board to a senior individual
  • To support senior individuals engaged in wider personal effectiveness programmes, such as 360-degree appraisal or development centres.

To find out more contact me for a consultation.

Testimonial —

I found the delivery of the sessions to be perfect for my requirements. I wasn’t pressurised into saying anything but I felt that it was more of a discussion which gradually led to me learning about myself and discussing things I wouldn’t normally be comfortable in doing so.

Senior HR Manager, Banking London

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“A good objective of leadership is to help those who are doing poorly to do well and to help those who are doing well to do even better.”
Jim Rohn