Skills | Performance | Development | Executive's Agenda
Professional Business Coach
Every aThirdView executive coaching experience begins with a clear understanding of your goals . Once established you can choose the executive coaching track that will advance your goals. Our approach utilizes four roles to guide the Executive Coaching experience.
Coaching for Skills. Focused on your current job and the specific skills required for you to become more effective. Skills might include, leading, listening, providing feedback to your reports, communicating as well as the tool box of management techniques applicable to your responsibilities.
Coaching for Performance. Focused more broadly on your current role. Improving performance might include, managing stakeholders, conflict resolution, collaboration, leading teams, coaching others.
Coaching for Development. Focused on learning for a future job. Areas to develop might include leadership attributes, leading change initiatives, leading teams, corporate governance, organizational development, and communication strategies.
Coaching for the Executive Agenda. Focused on learning to develop, perfect vision, alignment and execution by your enterprise.
Executive Coaching When Things are Going Well
Blind spots are less obvious when things are going well. It is very easy for executives to become almost strictly inward looking, especially when they have been very successful. But these blind spots can become devastating when performance moves in the other direction. A good, neutral third party assessment is a clear reality check for executives.