Leadership coaching requires a significant commitment of time, discipline and energy, so the question inevitably comes up, is it worth it? Leaders who make coaching a priority reap the benefits in lasting ways. Without a doubt, the business case for executive coaching is valuable. Leaders who are coached are statistically shown to exhibit higher productivity, positive morale and increased levels of engagement and tangible career acceleration.
Furthermore, 93% of companies who implement a coaching culture are statistically shown to exhibit strong team relationship, better talent development and retention. The cumulative effect from all of those factors in corporations are increased performance, better succession planning and lowering the costs for hiring and training.
At NEXPOTENTIAL we move beyond the usual executive coaching skills such as proactive listening, goal setting and giving feedback to establish a honest and trusted relationship between the coach and the executive. The aim is to achieve performance improvement on the short term and leadership development on the mid-term to really make a valuable difference.