Executive Coaching Benefits Beyond The Workplace
Does executive coaching support us outside the workplace? My clients tell me that they do use what they gain from coaching at work, at their volunteer work, and in their personal lives.
Creating trust is key to successful workplace effectiveness for leaders. This is done through understanding how emotional intelligence works in creating respectful workplace cultures and developing the skills that form a high level of EI skills.
Change: The Primary Pressure Point
Our readiness to create, adjust to or accept change relies on the strength of the resilience we have available to us. Executive Coaching is a very effective method to develop or strengthen our resilience and the emotional intelligence skills that aid in dealing with pressure points like change.
My ongoing study of and experience working with others on change makes it clear that resilience is the most important competency to successfully dealing with change. We build resilience by creating supportive networks, developing emotional intelligence skills and developing a regular ‘check-in’ process uniquely our own to ensure we are on track.
Executive coaching is absolutely beneficial-to both your workplace activities and your non-workplace activities.