Executive & Leadership Coaching
Executive & Leadership Coaching
Highly motivated and engaged employees are the backbone of a successful organization. High levels of engagement and motivation begin with the ability of leaders at all levels to cast a compelling vision and transform the culture into an exceptional place to work. Organizations known as great places to work are able to not only attract the best and brightest, but are able to retain them. Gallup research has shown that the single biggest factor in an organization’s success is the quality of its managers.
Often when individuals are promoted to a leadership or executive role they find themselves needing and wanting more in-depth professional and/or personal development. The skill set and personal attributes needed to impact organizational outcomes shift once one becomes a leader. Through the coaching process, leaders are able to partner with their coach in a provocative and innovative process that inspires them to maximize their full potential, both personally and professionally. As the leader’s potential is realized, the organization benefits in a variety of ways including team creativity, alignment, capacity, and productivity.
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Today’s leaders are faced with extraordinary challenges, disruptions, and ambiguity. Employers Council offers a thoughtful and intentional approach in coaching to find clarity, address blind spots, and discover true leadership wisdom as you work through today’s challenges.
Our Executive & Leadership Coaching Services
At Employers Council, the leadership and executive coaches provide a unique coaching experience for each person. It is tailored and crafted to meet the person exactly as they are at that particular moment-in-time. The coach gives the leader the means to regain access to the unique qualities that only they exemplify. The approach is holistic because it is the whole person who embodies the exceptional leader and executive. It is a way of coaching that feels doable for the person and provides long-term impact for the richer and long-lasting growth an exceptional leader seeks.
We offer comprehensive coaching approaches to assist all leaders in their discovery and development of their best strengths. Strengths that support the exceptional organization both within the employee pool and outside to the world.
Specific areas often focused upon in coaching sessions are:
- How to grow as a leader while growing and scaling their organizations
- Balancing vision, mission, and operational requirements
- Developing individual contributors as they move into management and leadership roles
- Facilitating teams in aligning on mission, vision, and goals then creating plans for implementation
- Helping leaders navigate role-transitions
- Working with individuals throughout the organization to cultivate their leadership abilities
Executive & Leadership Coaching FAQs
Organizations that invest in their leaders often report seeing many bottom line benefits including improved team engagement and productivity that can result in increased revenue, greater retention of critical talent, stronger company culture and more.
Yes! As organizations identify employees with high potential, when leadership coaching is a part of a development plan it can help prepare them to take on additional responsibilities and build interpersonal and leadership skills that are important for success. According to Gallup, bringing teams together and making great decisions are critical traits for effective leaders.
On the contrary. Coaching helps the individual focus on areas most in need of development for them to best impact the organization. These topics can include how the individual communicates and the level of effectiveness achieved. Focus is sometimes on the relationships that the individual needs to nurture to increase cooperation and collaboration within the organization. Perhaps the individual needs support in developing conflict management skills in order to build a culture of trust on their team. All of these issues ultimately impact how well the team functions, which impacts the overall success of the organization.
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