Executive coaching programme – the process

A Well-Structured Executive Coaching Programme Will Help You To Achieve Your Business Goals More Effectively

Why follow an executive coaching programme?

We are all familiar with the idea of a sports coach, who works with athletes and sports teams to maximise their chances of winning.

The executive coaching programme takes this idea in to the arena of business, to help the process of change and transformation. The coach’s role is to enhance your innate ability to grow.

Unhelpful thoughts, feelings and behaviours are identified and replaced with more useful ones which will help you achieve your business goals.

Executive Coaching Programme

Executive Coaching Program

‘IF YOU WORK HARD ON YOUR JOB, YOU’LL MAKE A LIVING.

IF YOU WORK HARD ON YOURSELF, YOU CAN MAKE A FORTUNE.’

Jim Rohn, motivational speaker.

 

An Executive Coaching Programme Is For Those Who Intend To Be Winners!

It is for those who can take a hard look at themselves, acknowledge where they have weaknesses and gaps, and work to strengthen those points.

You are unique and the executive coaching programme is designed around your individual requirements.

A typical program will run for 10-12 sessions and will be structured as follows:

Sample session with no charge and no obligation – to check compatibility between coach and potential client.

Establish coaching contract including scope of coaching, how many sessions, whether face-to-face, by phone or via internet phone system (usually a mixture of all three) and payment details.

Confirm confidentiality and discuss goal setting and objectives.

We might suggest one of our personal development profiles to assist the process.

1st and 2nd sessions – set objectives and determine how well they fit in with individual’s values, beliefs and capabilities.

Are they realistic and what impact will they have on significant others?

Look at what is presently getting in the way of these objectives being achieved, on both a practical and personal basis.

If necessary, align objectives with values, beliefs etc. Deal with fear and uncertainty.

3rd – 5th sessions– develop practical steps and start to implement plan.

Session 6 onwards – review progress – is anything getting in the way? What other actions are required?

Concluding sessions – look at what has happened and what lessons have been learnt.

Decide on the most useful values and beliefs to take forward and if anything needs working on.

The client may conclude here, continue, or arrange to get together after a specified period to review progress.

However, We Coach You To Coach Yourself!

The aim of an executive coaching programme is to empower the coachee for the future, not to foster a dependent relationship!

Get in touch for a no obligation conversation about your situation and needs.

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