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How One-on-One Executive Coaching Can Work for You

Layne McDonald. Ph.D.

Leaders who worry more about their reputation than their character will eventually lose their character. – Michael Josephson.

Does your company need a jumpstart? Is revenue low, morale declining, and your leadership tactics no longer affecting? This may be the perfect time to investigate leadership coaching. 

A good executive coaching program should do more than just set you up with a speaker reading over a PowerPoint presentation - team up your senior leaders with a good and excellent coaching program. You could be discussing fostering relationships, building strategy, and improving revenue and communications while hitting the slopes, climbing a mountain, or rafting some white water. Connecting in an environment where you can be creative and think freely is easy. 

A sound leadership system can make all the difference in your organization. It affects communication, human performance, accountability, delivery, and measurement. A one-on-one approach, and a program tailored to suit your organization’s specific needs, is the best choice in executive coaching. 

Consider a few important things if you want to engage in an executive coaching program. Look for a company that will provide you with someone more than just a speaker. You want to be paired up with someone who will be a trusted advisor to you as your organization grows and changes. Also, a good coaching program will include industry consultants to supply expert advice in some technical areas. Talk to your consultant about the specific goals you want your leadership program to meet. Every business or organization needs direction in a smaller size or department. This makes a one-on-one coaching program unique; you work on meeting goals where your company needs it most.

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