Similarly, if you are experiencing a leadership or executive job transition, executive coaching helps you make sense of what you have learned and are taking away from your experience so that you are better equipped to speak about and manage a new executive role, a new industry, a new set of pressures.
Executive coaching has gone beyond performance problem solving. Coaching is now most often applied to top performers whose leadership and growth potential are highly valued by the organization. If you hold a senior management position in your organization, such as CEO, CMO, CFO, CIO, VP, General Manager, or Director, and recognize that your orientation must be forward with a focus on effectiveness and impact, that you seek to discover the best solutions to meet the organization’s objectives, and are willing to make a sincere effort to improve your own leadership, you should have an executive coach.
Whether you hire a coach as a company resource or as a private individual, you are moving your organization and your leadership forward.