Executive Coaching In Singapore

Executive Coaching

Research has shown that the higher a manager rises in the ranks, the more important soft leadership skills are to his success.

Success for managers and leaders is increasingly dependent on their teams’ performance; hence working to improve business behavior is becoming an integral part of any coaching culture.

  1. One-on-One: Executive Coaching and Mentoring targeted for:
    • Business Leaders
    • High Performing Executives
    • HR Leaders
    • Women Managers
  2. Team Coaching: The intent of team coaching is the same as with an individual:
    • To guide the team to realizations about their behavior as it affects performance
    • To enable them to make their own improvements and
    • To make those changes sustainable over time.
  1. Leadership Impact - A coach allows leaders to reflect about their decisions, and create awareness about themselves.
  2. Self-Management - People tend to avoid difficult truths. A coach can bring reality front and center and is able to tell the truth about where the latter may need development.
  3. Interpersonal Effectiveness - People don’t know how to change. A coach can guide a client to find replacements for behavior that’s not working.

As leaders themselves make changes, they can help their organizations deal with change more effectively. Fortunately, managers and leaders are starting to see coaching skills as a vital addition to their personal effectiveness.

Although coaching goals are always tailored to the client’s needs and interests, some examples are as follows:

  1. Being a Strong Team Leader
  2. Managing Collaboration within the Executive Team
  3. Integration during M&A / other scenarios
  4. Effective Delegation
  5. Decisiveness
  6. Managing Difficult Conversations
  7. Performance Issues
  8. Providing Feedback
  9. Working in Virtual Teams
  10. Making Winning Choices
  11. Managing Failures
  12. Relationships at the Workplace
  13. Being a Victim of Gender Bias