Executive CoachingTalent Management - Behavioral Assessment - Career Transition
Executive Coaching is a powerful tool that can help organizations improve the performance of their leaders. It’s especially relevant for executives, recently promoted leaders, or employees with high potential.
The primary focus of Executive Coaching is on growth and change. By addressing personal development challenges that impede leadership and reviewing management styles, coaches help executives to improve their effectiveness. Their role is not to solve clients’ problems, but to help them refocus on root causes and find solutions. Executive Coaching also helps modify behaviors and explore new solutions or ideas.
Efficient Executive Coaching programs help clients gain self-awareness by better understanding themselves. By examining their history, motives, and beliefs, clients can assess their strengths and weaknesses. Coaches help clients challenge assumptions about their problems, view issues objectively, and gain a better, broader perspective. This usually facilitates problem-solving.
Behavioral assessments and other tools assist clients in identifying problematic behavior and addressing poor performance issues. Clients can clarify their goals and action plans, including implementation, through honest self-evaluation facilitated by coaches.
Coaches act as sounding boards, taking an objective view of clients’ ideas and helping them examine them in greater detail. Coaches also help clients develop management skills and enhance soft skills.
Our approach is integrated into our Executive Search offer and helps executives facilitate onboarding and achieve better retention rates. It’s also effective for Career Transition, assisting executives during wanted or unwanted changes. At Alhambra International, our coaches partner with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
Executive Coaching begins with a meeting between the coach, coachee, and coachee’s manager to define the program’s goals. Regular coaching sessions are then scheduled over several months. At the program’s end, another meeting is planned to review the program’s effectiveness and decide on next steps.