7 Advantages of Executive Coaching

Dr. Ozzias T. Villaver, Jr., Ph. D. | WorldExecutiveDigest |

Executive Coaching is a persuasive win-win model approach, with a main thrust of improving the client’s behaviors, skills, attitudes and practices so that there is an increase of high probability in attaining the personal and organizational goal.

Aggressive and productive companies employ this model because of the following advantages:

1. It produces more positive attitudes to the clients.
Executive coaching generates attitudes that lead to positive action. Emphasis on respect, sensitivity toward others and teamwork as well is essential to the development of positive attitudes; thus, creating a never-ending opportunity to perform better and so succeed then.

2. It builds high morale.
With the knowledge of his or her client’s personal dreams, interest and expectations in the work, the coach can help him or her achieve them. The encouragement and recognition and other forms of appreciation from coaching can change the behaviors of the client.

3. It leads to higher productivity.
Executive coach tells his/her client the value of performing the best or be excellent in his/her work. He tells him or her to maintain a high morale and commitment to get the work done which will result to higher productivity.

4. It commands mutual respect.
Coaching inspires and challenges the client to perceive the strong relationship between effort and performance, performance and rewards and satisfaction of personal goals. Since both individuals desire for improvement and contentment, the full trust and confidence of the client to his or her coach will lead to mutual genuine respect.

5. It enhances openness and honest communication.
The process of coaching helps build trust, confidence, and loyalty between the executive coach and his or her client as a result of their openness and honest line of communication. It is the careful listening and accurate feedback of the coach that their interactions become more meaningful and acceptable. “The more an idea is put to use, the better it is understood and remembered.”

6. It enriches experienced responsibility.
The client has the opportunity to feel and undergo personal reflection on his or her responsibility for the work’s quantity and quality. A sense of responsibility will give him or her meaningfulness, accomplishment, new learning, and a strong need to grow let in an enriched job.

7. It reduces turnover, stress and burnout, fear of failure, and job dissatisfaction.
One of the advantages of executive coaching is to help the client discern and understand the possible consequences of healthy organization. The coach enhances his or her client’s growth, sustains high levels of productivity and provides a sense of meaning and purpose in their relationships.

Executive coaching focuses for the improvement of the behaviors, skills and abilities of the client, not for perfection; for excellent performance, not predominance; for consistency and not impressionism. A coach facilitates his or her client for a greater performance in satisfying his or her personal needs and organizational growth; thus, attaining a higher productivity.

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