Executive coaching is an experiential and individualized leader development process that builds a leader’s capability to achieve short and long-term organizational goals. It is conducted through one-on-one and/or group interactions, driven by data from multiple perspectives, and based on mutual trust and respect. The organization, an executive, and the executive coach work in partnership to achieve maximum impact.
This is one of the most effective leadership development tools for retaining senior leaders, high potentials, mid-level managers and even derailing leaders. Leadership and talent development is critical to the growth of an organization. Top Performers want to know that the company has a serious commitment to their leadership development. Future Leaders want to know that the company will help them grow from good to great. If you want to retain the best, you need to invest in the best.
Executive Coaching focuses on effective ways to communicate your value and contribution to leadership. It’s a smart investment that will pay immediate dividends as well as long-term gains
for high-impact leadership development. It is always a valuable and measurable process because stakeholders are included in creating the coaching objectives.
What makes Chosen Path Strategies Executive Coaching different?
Our executive coaching program is effective because of its highly individualized approach. We create a tailored program to each person's unique skills, expertise and experience within their companys culture. Whether the focus is on grooming high potential's, growing leaders, addressing personal development needs or basic performance improvement; each executive being coached helps produce his or her own concrete, measurable, outcome-based objectives. These objectives are communicated with key stakeholders within the organization throughout the coaching process. Our coach brings business knowledge, experience and specific expertise in areas that aren’t readily available inside the organization to support the executive through the coaching process.