Executive coaching involves working through a situation with a neutral partner, such as the coach, who is an objective observer removed from the workplace, helps to bring clarity of thought, develop confidence to move forward and build required capabilities to fulfil our potential.
Executive Coaching | Leadership Coaching
LifeForward’s one-to-one executive coaching is empathetic and challenging. We combine listening, questioning, observing and feedback to improve self-awareness, help change thinking and behaviour and create opportunities for on-going self-development.
Executive Coaching focuses is a powerful tool for personal development because it focuses on specific solutions that work at an individual level. Executive coaching can help:
- Build confidence;
- Develop strategic thinking and attitudes to risk management;
- Clients adapt to change more quickly and become more agile;
- Set clear, achievable goals and create an action plan to move ahead and bring about change.
Leadership coaching helps leaders build on their personal strengths and address their blindspots to become well-rounded, influential leaders in their organisation. Leadership coaching can help:
- Leaders to develop their emotional intelligence;
- Build critical skills such as eminence, executive presence, innovative thinking, conflict resolution and change management;
- Create strategic goals to support the business in the future.
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Step 1 ~ Where are you now?
A realistic assessment of one’s current position is a good starting point for personal development. This requires honesty with oneself, self-reflection and self-awareness.
Step 2 ~ What are your goals and aspirations
Identifying goals and aspirations helps give direction and meaning to what we do. Aligning personal and business goals ensure positive engagement at work and a balance in life.
Step 3 ~ What is stopping you moving forward?
Limiting behaviours and beliefs are often hard to identify and even harder to change. Getting to the root cause of a problem is a critical first step in solving it.
Step 4 ~ What do you need to differently?
Changing habitual behaviours takes practice, enabling the brain to create new connections and allowing new desired patterns of behaviour to become the norm.