Just like an elite athlete, by the time you’re in an executive or C-Suite role your skills are pretty much honed. But even Federer engages a professional coach to make sure his game strategy is sound.
A coach will also support you gain self-awareness and objectivity, clarify goals, achieve well-being objectives, support reflective practice for deeper insight and act as a sounding board, exactly when you need it.
Often missing from the day in the life of an Executive or Director is the opportunity to reflect on and articulate learning that has been acquired through formal programs, readings, seminars, networking events and real-life situations. Especially when the soft skills of people management and emotional competence are being addressed, the need to tailor the learning – to explore its implications for
an individual leader’s personality and psychological makeup – is important.
The coaching relationship serves as a trustworthy arena in which this kind of personalisation can happen with impact.
When you still want to perform at your leadership best but training courses no longer deliver the results you want, contact AsiaAus Leaders for individual C-Suite support that provides a real return on your investment.