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Understanding how to develop leaders is crucial to succession planning and effectively managing growth in your business. Executive Coaching is one of the most powerful development tools available to ...

Understanding how to develop leaders is crucial to succession planning and effectively managing growth in your business. Executive Coaching is one of the most powerful development tools available to the CEO and HR strategy leaders. Understanding when to use coaching is important. Learn more from this presentation.

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  • 1. EXECUTIVE COACHINGPurpose, Process and Outcomes Craig S. Juengling Juengling & Associates, LLC Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012 TheE2Coach.com
  • 2. Why Executive Coaching? • Primary purposes of coaching for executives include: 1) SKILL BUILDING….focusing on a client’s current project or task ; 2) PERFORMANCE….focusing on a client’s effectiveness in a present job;Juengling & Associates, LLC Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012 TheE2Coach.com
  • 3. Why Executive Coaching? 3) DEVELOPMENT…. focusing on a client’s future job responsibilities or career or both; and 4) the EXECUTIVE’S AGENDA…. focusing on the client’s larger issues *Witherspoon, R. & White, R. (1998) Four Essential Ways that Coaching Can Help Executives.Juengling & Associates, LLC Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012 TheE2Coach.com
  • 4. Regardless of purpose, all coaching leads to improved organizational performanceJuengling & Associates, LLC Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012 TheE2Coach.com
  • 5. Executive Coaching Model• CLARIFY Through assessments and interviews know the client, the company, the strategic plan and leverage the strengths• FOCUS Through collaboration, develop action plans which drive performance to new levels• IMPLEMENT Determine criteria to measure your success Now, apply the Coaching Client Quadrant Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012
  • 6. Coaching Client Quadrant HIGHAbility to Change and Grow LOW HIGH Knowledge and Technical Expertise Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012
  • 7. Coaching Client Quadrant HIGH EducateAbility to Change and Grow LOW HIGH Knowledge and Technical Expertise Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012
  • 8. Coaching Client Quadrant • High Ability to Change and Low Knowledge… focus on EDUCATE • Seminars, symposiums, continuing education, mentoring and training….focus on teaching the Executive more about the “whats” of the job.Juengling & Associates, LLC Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012 TheE2Coach.com
  • 9. Coaching Client Quadrant HIGHAbility to Change and Grow Remediate LOW HIGH Knowledge and Technical Expertise Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012
  • 10. Coaching Client Quadrant • Low Ability to Change and Low Knowledge… focus on REMEDIATE • Is this the right person on the bus? Should we invest in this person? The “Peter Principal” personified?Juengling & Associates, LLC Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012 TheE2Coach.com
  • 11. Coaching Client Quadrant HIGHAbility to Change and Grow Motivate LOW HIGH Knowledge and Technical Expertise Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012
  • 12. Coaching Client Quadrant • Low Ability to Change and High Knowledge …focus on MOTIVATE Use traditional and non-traditional means to motivate the Executive to see the need to adapt, grow and change….. Or else?Juengling & Associates, LLC Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012 TheE2Coach.com
  • 13. Coaching Client Quadrant HIGH EducateAbility to Change and Grow Remediate Motivate LOW HIGH Knowledge and Technical Expertise Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012
  • 14. Coaching Client Quadrant HIGH Educate COACH FORAbility to Change and Grow SUCCESS Remediate Motivate LOW HIGH Knowledge and Technical Expertise Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012
  • 15. Coaching Client Quadrant • COACH FOR SUCCESS • Invest, Invest and Invest … in coaching for Executives with moderate to high Ability to Change and moderate to high Knowledge and Technical ExpertiseJuengling & Associates, LLC Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012 TheE2Coach.com
  • 16. Top 5 Areas of Improvement with Coaching• People Management: 90%*• Relationships with Other Managers: 79%*• Goal Setting and Prioritization: 88%*• Productivity and Engagement: 78%*• Communications: 68%• Kombarakaran et al, (2008) Executive Coaching: It works! Survey results of executives who participated in coaching over extended time periods. Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012
  • 17. • “I absolutely believe that people, unless coached, never reach their maximum capabilities.” ….Bob Nardelli, CEO, Home DepotJuengling & Associates, LLC Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012 TheE2Coach.com
  • 18. Insanity is… So, what will you do differently? QUESTIONS?Juengling & Associates, LLC Copyright 2012 Juengling & Associates LLC TheE2Coach.com
  • 19. Thank You! Craig S. Juengling, Principal Craig@TheE2Coach.com Cell: 301-502-5005 Office: 225-757-1559 Copyright Juengling & Associates, LLC 2012