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How can Executive Coaching help YOU?

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The challenges at work are the starting point of a coaching process

The challenges at work are the starting point of a coaching process
Office dilemmas makes it very contextual and relevant

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    How can Executive Coaching help YOU? How can Executive Coaching help YOU? Presentation Transcript

    • How can Executive Coaching help YOU? www.midcareers.com
      • The challenges at work are the starting point of a coaching process
      • Office dilemmas makes it very contextual and relevant
      www.midcareers.com
    • What do coaches actually do?
      • Plug your behavioural or skill gaps
      • Serve as a sounding board
      • Help you re-look at current competencies
      • Help you re-energise
      • Give you 360 degree feedback
      www.midcareers.com
    • How long does a coaching program last?
      • Typically 12 to 18 months
      www.midcareers.com
    • Who sets the agenda for coaching?
      • The coachee himself, not the coach
      www.midcareers.com
    • The coaching process
      • A coachee clearly defines goals for the program
      • Sets effectiveness standards and tracks change
      www.midcareers.com
    • What does the coach DO?
      • The coach catalyses the coachee actions
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    • Benefits of coaching
      • Coaching is personalised and customised
      • It makes you aware of your inadequacies
      • Helps you reflect on the various possibilities
      • Catalyses you to action
      • Helps you move up the leadership ladder
      www.midcareers.com