Executive Coaching

Many companies don’t practice good Business Etiquette because they underestimate the value it has and how it can make or break a business.

Leadership and life coaching have become big business, as clients seek guidance for career transitions, executive development, starting a business, getting more organised, managing transitions, improving performance amidst much else.

While many leaders fail to hit the mark for many reasons, one factor is often overlooked. Many do not get the onboarding support they need to assimilate to the new role, such as working with a coach.

In the business world, there is a newfound focus on employee satisfaction, thanks to millennials and their need to be mentored and monitored in the industries they find themselves in.

“I absolutely believe that people, unless coached, never reach their maximum capabilities.”

Every year, the breakthroughs in Artificial Intelligence (AI), the intelligence displayed by machines, become more and more astounding.

Whether you are considering a career in coaching or need someone to guide you this article will help you understand the purpose and function of an executive coach.

Coaching in the workplace is not dissimilar to coaching on the sports field. In their essence, they both exist to enhance individual or team performance.

More companies are turning managers into coaches to improve business success and productivity.

Coaching has taken off within law firms around the globe, with the Law Gazette reporting that the top 100 law firms are now spending an estimated £ 4.5 million (around ZAR 93 million) on coaching annually.



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