Adding value to the coaching process
By Jack Keogh, Managing Director, Keogh & Associates Consulting, LLC
Executive Coaches work with busy professionals and entrepreneurs who want to stay focused and on target to their goals while staying sane and balanced.
When people first come to the conclusion that they need improvement in certain areas of their lives they go through a multi-step process. The first step is always Acknowledgement. A person cannot begin the process of effectuating change until he or she acknowledges the need for change in a certain area, or that a certain aspect of life or business is not yielding the results desired from the efforts put forth.
There are certain times when executives benefit most from coaching. One of these times is when they feel the need to change their behavior in order to achieve a long term benefit for the organization. They may need the change either for themselves or for their teams. Coaching is particularly effective in times of change for an executive. What are some of those times?…