Many Executives today are caught in times of unprecedented organizational change and complexity. Whether their focus is on bottom-line results, cost reductions, globalization, IT or environmental issues, the pressures are immense. Whole-life issues abound. Today’s executives are dealing with the erosion of employee and public trust, the loss of valuable intellectual capital and all the while are expected to do more with less. In the midst of all this, they are also expected to be proactive in developing their abilities and to recognize the importance of developing the people around them.
An organization’s failure to achieve its objectives can sometimes be traced to unclear objectives or a mismatch between what people set out to do and they actually accomplish. These failures cause frustrations and waste resources. Executive coaching helps the manager articulate his reasoning, gradually modify his behaviour and lead his organization to perform at excellent levels.