Executive Coaching is a partnership between an executive (or his/ her organization) and a professional coach, designed to enhance business goals, communication, strategic thinking, planning, leadership and overall performance.
- Looks at your organization as a system to tackle core issues—not just the symptoms of those issues actually looking at the cause — to improve personal development to make the organization more successful.
- Focuses on organizational and individual strengths to achieve change with impact.
- A process tied to results creating measurable organizational objectives.
- Is based on the premise that the client is naturally resourceful, curious and has a willingness to explore new possibilities in behaviors, methods, concepts and beliefs.
What is a “Professional Coach?”
- Trend’s to be curious and ask questions that elicit solutions to the coachee’s challenge.
- Listen closely to what is being said without judgment.
- Creates the space for trust and appreciation
- Shines the light on the blind spots that are not easily seen.
- Build’s practices that support the new awarenesses.
In addition to having 25 years of experience in the business and human development arena, Linda Seiden is a member of the International Coach Federation and is a graduate of Coach U, one of the largest coaching schools in the world.
How does executive coaching work?
The coaching process may be achieved through a combination of individual and organizational assessments, group and individual coaching sessions on-site, on the phone and or via Skype. Coaching is a partnership based on each client’s needs and intentions. The coaching relationship is unique and different for each individual.