Coaching can help organisations achieve competitive advantage by enabling executives to translate vision and strategy into discrete, actionable steps.
It can help executives take personal
responsibility for success and role model the values by which the organisation lives. It can encourage them to become more self-aware and more focused on their leadership styles and interpersonal skills.
Executive coaching is a one-on-one professional relationship between an executive and a trained coach, conducted in a safe environment and in an atmosphere of mutual trust. It is action-orientated and focuses on the identification and achievement of individual goals.
The confidential nature of the relationship encourages a rigorous exploration of key issues and builds commitment to personal change.
More than 60% of the Global 100 companies increasingly provide their most valuable executives with executive coaching facilities. But you don’t need to be part of a large corporate organisation—RobinsonHenry works with managers in all types and sizes of organisation, from multinationals and government organisations to owner MDs.
And, of course, executive coaching is not a one-off event; it’s a process of learning and growth that takes time. At RobinsonHenry, we agree the length of the programme with the client at the outset—usually between three and six months.