Wide Reaching Benefits of Executive Coaching

Sep 27, 2017 | Executive Coaching

Before investing in Developing your People using Executive Coaching, you need to know what to expect… 

On bumping into a previous client at a leaving drinks recently my client insisted on buying me a drink because, he said, he had me to thank for the promotion he’d recently secured. With this particular client, whilst open minded, he was very happy with his level within the company before we met. After some coaching sessions with me laid on by his company as part of their people development programme, he realised that not only was he much more capable than he’d previously assumed, also that he really wanted to progress and excel with this new found self confidence.

Other Executive Coaching clients have thanked me for how my sessions have helped them to get a different understanding and perspective on their relationships with colleagues which they had previously considered impossible to work with and had wanted to get away from. One client in particular springs to mind who would now rather stay with the colleague he’d previously struggled with, rather than take on another job he was offered. Just the simple change in understanding that it’s thoughts that affect our feelings and our perceived reality, and they are left feeling quite different!


These two examples really demonstrate the value of investing in some sessions with an impartial Executive Coach, so that the talent pool you’ve been investing in developing are able to honestly and openly discuss any concerns with your company (or individuals within it) and be helped to a resolution – so that they want to stay, and so that they believe in their abilities to do better within your company. This increases your company’s effectiveness and prevents losing money on developing individuals to replace the experienced members who may otherwise have jumped ship.  Not to mention how working with the 3 Principles unlocks hidden capabilities and wellbeing.  It’s like an engine upgrade!
The benefits go on and on, to improving relationships with family members; improving health; improving work/life balance and reducing stress and stress related illnesses. One client I saw this week said he wanted to pay me too (it was his company who’d paid my fees), as he’d found our session so uplifting! Think about how an impartial Executive Coach could benefit your company and your people.  Can you afford NOT to give it a try?
Want to know more about how I can help? Drop me a line or give me a call. A successful coaching relationship depends upon a great rapport, so it’s important to talk. I want to get to know you, see inside your world and we can assess how we’d go from there!