How Leaders Benefit from Executive Coaching

by Dr. Rick Goodman on December 27, 2016

Executive coaching can be an invaluable way to improve your core strengths, eliminate your weaknesses, and move your career forward—yet there are many people who don’t engage coaches until they find themselves in a rough spot.

My request to you today is not to let it get to that point. If you have potential to fill or goals to reach, engage me for executive coaching services now, and get your career on the fast track.

How Can Executive Coaching Benefit You?

Let me show you just how beneficial it can be; what follows are just a handful of the benefits that you can expect from executive coaching.

Hard results. I’m going to lead with this one because I think it’s important to emphasize that this is ultimately not something fluffy or esoteric; the goal of executive coaching is to help you get promotions, command respect within your field, and make more money—period.

Blind spot identification. Trust me when I tell you that you have weaknesses and professional vulnerabilities that you don’t even know about. We all do. In executive coaching, you can become aware of those areas and improve upon them—eliminating the hidden issues that are holding you back.

Support to move forward. Sometimes advancing your career means making a big, bold step forward—what can feel like a leap into the dark. As an executive coach, I’ll advise you on when it’s smart to make those big moves—and I’ll provide the encouragement and support you need.

Clarity about yourself. Executive coaching can provide a real window into yourself, and a greater self-awareness than you’ve ever had. You can really come to know your strengths and values, which in turn can give you greater conviction and self-assurance.

Moderation and support. When you’re facing something like a peer review or a conflict resolution session at the office, an executive coach can be an invaluable ally to have in your corner—someone to help you make sense of what you learn and to make practical changes.

Long term growth. As an executive coach, one of my favorite undertakings is working with clients to help them develop a long-term strategic plan for their own careers; I find that people really get excited as they lay the foundation for fast-tracked career advancement.

Specific skill workshops. Finally, just like a football coach, an executive leadership coach will help you hone your fundamentals—whether that means communication, personal branding, or whatever else. Through coaching, you can develop the skillsets you need to thrive.

And there are plenty of other benefits besides—but you don’t just have to take my word for it. See for yourself. Arrange an executive coaching session today!

Dr. Rick Goodman CSP is a motivational keynote leadership speaker who provides solutions globally that help people and organizations lead, engage, and grow their business.

He is also the author of the book Living A Championship Life, “A Game Plan for Success,” and the co–author of the book Jamie’s Journey: Travels with My Dad written with his sixteen-year-old daughter Jamie.

Dr. Rick is famous for helping organizations, corporations, and individuals with systems and strategies that produce increased profits and productivity without having the challenges of micromanaging the process. Some of Dr. Rick’s clients include Heineken, AT&T, Boeing, Cavium Networks, IBM, Hewlett Packard, and Franklin Templeton Investments.

Contact Dr. Rick at www.rickgoodman.com or call 888-267-6098 about speaking at your next event!

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