Executive coaching has shaken off its remedial reputation to become a dominant development medium for top brass. Here’s how learning leaders can maximize its value.
Once an executive has agreed to engage in a coaching relationship — a major prerequisite for it to have any value — an inclusive and detailed process follows.
Although most experts say coaching should be limited to situational use, that hasn’t stopped some firms from trying to apply the method more broadly to capture its effectiveness as a development tool.
The Inner Circle executive coaching process is designed to help executives get through behavioral barriers that get in the way of doing their work.
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