Positive personal change

Professional Executive Coaching

Performance Development

Professional executive coaching can take two forms; either where an individual comes to a coach for advice on work-related issues, or where a company employs a professional to coach its employees in-house.

Issues that a coach might address would include:

  • identifying and developing core competencies and interests
  • effective relationships with assistants/superiors/peers
  • developing improved leadership/management skills
  • developing conflict resolution skills
  • reviewing career path options
  • improving presentation skills
  • addressing work/life balance
  • increasing motivation
  • strategy planning
  • managing stress


The emphasis is likely to be focused on work-related issues, but even so, an individual's personality, experiences and approach to life will play a big role in how they are performing at work and how they feel about their work life. Obviously, when a company is paying for executive coaching, the contract explicitly addresses expectations about client/coach confidentiality, the form and level of feedback to senior management and the parameters of coach accountability for outcomes.

Effective executive coaching facilitates improvements for the individuals involved and, when relevant, the companies that employ them. Through thoughtful, provocative coaching, people learn a lot about themselves which can help them get back in control, become more strategic and thus happier and more confident. A key route to being more effecctive in the workplace.

Whatever the challenges, there are always solutions. Develop the strategies that last and sustain your professional development.

Enhance your performance.