Can’t get your organization’s execs to sit through training sessions because they don’t want to appear vulnerable in public? Want to make sure an up-and-coming manager is ready for the next big promotion?
Call an executive coach.
Executive coaches meet privately with executives, managers or anyone in your organization who needs to freshen their skills in preparation for a promotion or simply to gain advice on how to work more efficiently.
Once reserved for high-level executives whose personalities or leadership styles created problems for their staffs, executive coaches today work to ready the next generation of leaders, not just to fix problems. Coaches can help managers improve their identified weaknesses. And they’ll often ask their staffs to weigh in on the bosses’ behaviors or skills that they find lacking.
The result: Executives get a confide...(register to read more)
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