3 Keys to Choosing an Executive Coach
Does your company need a jumpstart? Is your revenue low, is morale declining, and are your leadership tactics no longer making an impact? This may be the perfect time to look into executive coaching. The question is, how do you choose an Executive Coach? Here are 3 keys for choosing an Executive Coach:
- Look for a coach that will provide you with more than just a speaker. A good executive coaching program should do more than just set you up with a speaker reading over a PowerPoint presentation. You want to be paired up with someone who will be a trusted advisor to you as your organization grows and changes.
- Look for a coach who asks about goals you want your leadership program to meet. Every business or organization needs direction in a different area or department. This is what makes a one-on-one coaching program so unique; you work on meeting goals where your company needs it the most.
- Look for a coach who will challenge you – not provide answers. An effective coach will provide support, guidance, and encouragement, but will not provide answers. The purpose of coaching is to help the individual develop his/her potential so he/she is able to overcome challenges and achieve goals.
A good coaching program for the leadership team can make all the difference in your organization. It affects:
- Human performance
- Delivery and measurement
If you team up your senior leaders with a good corporate coaching program that is tailored to suit your organization’s needs, you will be fostering relationships, building strategy, improving communications, and ultimately improving your bottom line. Are you ready to take your organization to the next level? Contact Coach Pat today to learn more about how Executive Coaching can help you!