Leadership Coaching is a collaborative, individualized relationship between a leader and the coach — the leader could well be an executive, manager, supervisor, team leader or a business owner for example — simply anyone in charge or responsible for a group of people.
Leadership Coaching is a partnership — one in which both the client and the client work together to reach an agreed-upon destination. The aim of the partnership is to bring about sustained behavioral change and positively transform the quality of the leader’s effectiveness at work and in their personal life.
Partnering with clients is a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. It is a client-driven process that focuses on setting goals, creating outcomes and managing personal change.
What Leadership Coaching Is Not:
What Is The Coach’s Role?
What Are The Typical Reasons A Leader Decides To Partner With A Coach?
Based on the 2017 ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study, typical reasons a leader decides to partner with a coach are: