Executive coaching is a wide open field. And more executives are turning to coaches to help them increase their effectiveness and achieve their goals.
Executive coaching has evolved over the years. In the past executive coaching has been viewed as a means to help executives “fix weaknesses.” Now executive coaching is considered a smart way for even the most successful leaders to grow and get even better.
Gayle Lantz speaks with Rhett Power, co-founder at Courageous Leadership. His second best-selling book is The Entrepreneurs Book of Actions: Essential Daily Exercises and Habits for Becoming Wealthier, Smarter and More Successful.
Rhett is a regular contributor to Inc Magazine, Forbes and Thrive Global. He has also been featured in other media like Business Insider and the Wall Street journal.
Whether or not you have thought about working with an executive coach, it is good to become more familiar with the field. There are many different approaches to coaching and ways to engage with a coach. The field of executive coaching continues to evolve.
Executive coaching creates significant value for leaders and their organizations.
This episode covers:
- Different types of executive coaching
- Needs that drive interest in executive coaching
- What to consider when hiring an executive coach
- The value of small group executive coaching (executive peer groups)
*Gayle Lantz has been coaching and consulting with executives for over 20 years to help them navigate career change, grow their business and increase their leadership impact. She founded WorkMatters, Inc. based on the belief that work is one of the most important parts of life. WorkMatters provides management consulting and organizational development services.
Gayle also works privately with individual executives.