Executive Coaching

It is widely acknowledged now that the development of leadership potential occurs most effectively by:

  • Developing a real knowledge of Self (strengths and areas for improvement)
  • Working through real-world situations
  • Reflecting on experiences to decide upon different actions and new behaviours
  • Continually practising newly acquired patterns of behaviour
  • Drawing on tried and tested models of the micro-concepts of leadership (such as those relating to coaching, motivating and developing others, conflict resolution, team development, leading change and so on)

Executive Coaching is recognised as a very effective way of delivering these five critical developmental opportunities, and has been shown in large scale studies to be more effective than traditional training courses, executive retreats and computer-based programmes.