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Executive Coaching
   bullet point What is coaching?
   bullet point Coaching Development
   bullet point Coaching Benefits
   bullet point Areas Covered
   bullet point The Role of the Coach
   

 

 

Executive Coaching

 

What is coaching?

 

Coaching challenges the client to be conscious of his/her behaviours. It is a very effective method of changing behaviours and accomplishing specific goals. It focuses on specific development needs or on enhancing individual skills. Through goal setting & action planning, the client experiences fresh perspectives on personal challenges and opportunities, enhances his/her decision-making skills, performs greater interpersonal effectiveness, and increases his/her confidence in carrying out their work roles. As the client engages with new learning, we ask him/her to listen to their emotions and look at their attitudes, beliefs and values. The client can expect to see appreciable results in the areas of productivity and personal satisfaction.

Why choose coaching as a development option?

bullet point Change is difficult, a one-to-one approach ensures support and motivation for efforts;
bullet point Sessions are short, usually one hour, and time is one hundred percent dedicated to the client in a confidential environment;
bullet point Learning is flexible and the client can schedule sessions according to his/her needs;
bullet point Time gaps between sessions give the client a chance to practice and consolidate new approaches;
bullet point High relevancy and low time commitment make it an extremely cost effective approach;
bullet point Goal setting & action planning provides long lasting and meaningful change;
bullet point Allows the executive to reach potential and achieve greater success in professional life;
bullet point Improves leadership skills;
bullet point Improves performance
bullet point Improves interpersonal & communication skills

What are the benefits of coaching to the organisation

bullet point Compliments standard training;
bullet point Targets specific needs in timely manner;
bullet point Allows the executive to try out different things in a risk-free environment;
bullet point Gives the executive time to strategise in an objective environment;
bullet point Improves results.

What areas are covered in coaching?

Whilst LDC can provide coaching on a needs basis for any management related issue, there are certain areas that are particularly popular:

 

bullet point Strategic Planning;
bullet point Managing your career internally/externally;
bullet point 36O degree feedback;
bullet point Time, pressure and stress management;
bullet point Managing performance;
bullet point Developing your people;
bullet point Enhancing communications with your employees;
bullet point Influencing skills;
bullet point Public speaking & presenting.

What is the role of the coach?

bullet point To listen and observe behavioural patterns that contributes to, or impedes, the client's intended outcomes;
bullet point To help the client gain insights and new perspectives by offering candid, constructive feedback;
bullet point To work with the client to identify the specific competencies required for success in their organisation, and to define short and long-term business, management, and behavioural goals;
bullet point To link competencies and goals to the organisation's strategic business plans and to the client’s own personal long-term career objectives, where applicable;
bullet point Once goals are set, to assist the client in developing detailed plans;
bullet point To monitor plans with the client and to support and challenge the client in identifying a variety of approaches to accomplish the specified desired outcomes.