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CEE Article on "Transforming the Next Gen Leaders: Leveraging on Executive Coaching to Build Leadership Pipeline"

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CEE Article on "Transforming the Next Gen Leaders: Leveraging on Executive Coaching to Build Leadership Pipeline"

  1. 1. Figure 1: Framework for Development of High Performance Organisation (HPO) By Prof. Sattar Bawany Leveraging on Executive Coaching to build Leadership Pipeline Transforming the NextGen Leaders leadership excellence essentials presented by HR.com | 07.2014 Talent management and retention is perennially at the top of CEO’s most pressing worries. A company’s leadership pipe- line is expected to deliver its “next generation” of ready-now leaders. The key to ensuring an organisation has the leaders it needs when it needs them, is to accelerate the performance of future leaders including high potential employees, so that their skills and leadership abilities are as strong as possible when they are needed particularly as leaders transition from role to role. A company’s leadership pipeline is expected to deliver its “next generation” of ready-now leaders. The payoff is a supply of leadership talent that simultaneously achieves targets, bolsters and protects ethical reputation, and navigates transformational change in pursuit of a bright competitive future. Unfortunately, some Boards and CEOs neglect their talent management ac- countability - consequently, their pipelines run dry. When this occurs, the downward spiral of competitive capability becomes discernable, the edge is lost, and the “magic” disappears. The competition begins to outwit, outflank and outperform these companies. New leaders are expected to “hit the ground running.” They must produce results quickly while simultaneously assimilat- ing into the organization. The result is that a large number of newly recruited or promoted managers fail within the first year of starting new jobs. There is growing evidence that the range of abilities that constitutes what is now commonly known as emotional intel- ligence plays a key role in determining success for leaders and in the workplace. Longitudinal research, conducted by Centre for Executive Education (CEE Global) has uncovered links between specific elements of emotional intelligence and leader- ship styles as well as specific behaviors associated with leadership effectiveness and ineffectiveness. CEE has found that, higher levels of certain emotional intelli- gence components appear to be connected to better performan- ce in leadership roles. The study also identified potential probl- em areas that could contribute to executive derailment. What are the transitional skills required for leaders in tran- sition? Leaders must identify the right goals, develop a supporting strategy, align the architecture of the organization, and figure out what projects to pursue to secure early wins. Leaders at all levels of the organization must demonstrate a high degree of emotional intelligence in their leadership role. Emotionally intelligent leaders create an environment of positive morale and higher productivity and this would result in sustainable employee engagement. The critical transitional skills for leaders in transition include having social and emotional intelligence competencies in effective relationship management, diversity management, cross-cultural communication, effective negotiation and conflict management in a multigenerational workplace. The reality for leaders in transition is that relationships are great sources of leverage. By building credibility with influen- tial players, you are better able to gain agreement on goals, and commitment to achieving those goals. In the leader’s new situation, relationship management skills are critical as they aren’t the only one going through a transi- tion. To varying degrees, many different people, both inside and outside the leader’s direct line of command, are affected by the way he or she handles his or her new role. Put another way, leaders negotiate their way to success in their new roles. Demystifying Executive Coaching “The goal of coaching is the goal of good management: to make the most of an organization’s valuable resources.” - Harvard Business Review (November 1996)
  2. 2. Discovery leadership excellence essentials presented by HR.com | 07.2014 Executive Coaching is one of the fastest growing and most misunderstood professions of this decade. Coaching used to be an “executive perk” for large company executives to help them make better business decisions. Today, coaching is rapidly being recognized as one of the best strategic weapons a company can have in its arsenal. Effective coaching is a major key to improving business perfor- mance. Executive Coaching focuses on the qualities of effective leadership and improved business results. It is comprised of a series of structured, one-on-one interactions between a coach and an executive (coachee), aimed at enhancing the executive’s performance in two areas: • Individual Performance or Effectiveness • Organisational Performance or Effectiveness An Executive Coach only has one item on his agenda – the client’s or coachee’s success. This means going where it might hurt by confronting and challenging the client, and keeping a client accountable to achieving their goals. Coaching helps people grow personally and as professionals. This growth allows then to commit completely to the success of an organization. When professional coaches work with organizations they can turn performance management into a collaborative process that benefits both the employee and the organization. The A.D.A.M. Coaching Methodology develop by CEE Global 1. Assess: gathering from various stakeholders, the coachee determine how their performance links to current business goals. 2. Discovery: based on the results of the assessments and with the support of the Coach will develop a Development Plan which will enable coachees to determine what to do to close the gaps in their leadership capability. The Sponsor will sign off the Development 3. Action Plan: Plan by taking well-defined action steps and regular feedback during scheduled coaching sessions with the Coach which enables the Coachees to move toward measurable goals. 4. Measure: engagement based on the agreed success metrics at the beginning of the assignment yields objective measures of business results and professional outcomes for both the organisation and the coachee. Conclusion Whether an executive is moving into a new position or looking to get back on the road to success, executive and transition coach- ing work to bring out the best in leaders through the support of a professional relationship. Both relationships are built on a foundation of trust and confidentiality. The ability of coaches to provide leaders with an outside resource that can also act as a sounding board helps them become the successful leaders they were meant to be. Organizations must clearly define the purpose of coaching, gauge the process, and evaluate results. Coaching is not just about providing support. Ultimately, coaching should deliver what any business needs – real results. LE References 1) Sattar Bawany (2010) “Maximising the Potential of Future Leaders: Resolving Leadership Succession Crisis with Transition Coaching” in ‘Coaching in Asia – The First Decade’., Candid Creation Publishing LLP, September 2010. 2) Sattar Bawany (2007) “Winning the War for Talent”, Human Capital, Singa- pore Human Resources Institute, (September-October 2007); 54-57. Prof Sattar Bawany is the CEO & C-Suite Master Executive Coach of Centre for Executive Education (CEE Global) and Executive Development development solutions including executive coaching and leadership development programs that help professionals develop the skills and knowledge to embrace change and catalyze success in their industries. Visit www.cee-global.com Email sattar.bawany@cee-global.com Success Transforming the Next Gen Leaders The coachee will be provided with feedback (see Figure 2) consists of a proven four-step process that is firmly grounded in leadership development best practices: Figure 2: A.D.A.M. Coaching Methodology

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