We provide executive coaching for professional and personal development. That is particularly appropriate for those in senior positions who have little time and for whom being lonely at the top can be a common experience. With increasing seniority comes more and more ambiguity and complexity – and less and less support to deal with them.
The purpose of Executive Coaching is to help individuals do better. Executive coaching works best when used to help individuals address specific professional development issues or to assist when taking on a particularly challenging work role of project.
Executive coaching is driven by the needs of the individual. It is about assisting people to achieve their full potential, with a focus on what they want to achieve now and in the future. It is a partnership between the executive coach and the individual and is for a defined period of time. Specific benefits and success measures are developed with each individual and are likely to include:
- Clearly articulated purpose, vision and values.
- Defined measurable strategies for achieving key objectives.
- Robust communication process established with key stakeholders.
- Effective working relationships developed with Executive team, direct reports and broader network.
- Delivery of agreed targets and outputs.
- The achievement of a desired work/life balance.
Executive Coaching is designed for leaders who are committed to developing their own skills. It is tailored to meet the needs of the individual. The easiest way to understand how we can help, and whether you feel that you could work with us, is to begin with a conversation. We don’t believe in a “hard sell” and often find that people get value out of the exploratory discussion – whether or not we go on to work together.
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Gerry McLaughlin, UK Director, British Red Cross