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Executive Coaching

 

Executive Coaching is a question-oriented approach to professional and personal development of managers that has goals such as creating awareness and activities based on it and facilitating learning and growth. It focuses on increasing people’s efficiency by helping them develop and maintain new attitudes, perspectives, skills and behaviors.

An executive coach is a professional who works with people (usually managers, but often with potential employees who are prone to managerial positions) to help them increase their self-awareness, clarify their goals, and plan. Achieve personal development, discover your potential, and act as an influential member of the company.

They are not counselors or therapists and usually refuse to provide advice or direct solutions to their clients’ problems. Instead, with the skill they have, they ask questions and explore issues that a CEO can find to solve their problems.

Executive coaches hold secret and supportive meetings for their clients. They ask questions with skill and delicacy, challenge looking at a particular topic, contribute to greater clarity and clarity, and sometimes provide limited advice if the client is satisfied.

Executive coaches, if necessary, also conduct specific tests and assessments, such as personality assessments, 360-degree assessments, and exclusive interviews to help their clients become more self-aware.

Coachis responsible to the authorities, his manager, and sometimes the organization’s human resources manager. None of the information exchanged during the coaching meetings between Coach and the authorities will be provided to his manager and the director of human resources of the organization without the permission of the authorities. However, in some cases, if the coach deems it appropriate and relies on the ICF’s ethical principles, he or she may hold facilitation meetings with the coordination of the authorities between him or her and the director or other managers.

 

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What do executive coaching do?
Executive coaches hold secret and supportive meetings for their clients. They ask questions with skill and delicacy, challenge looking at a particular topic, contribute to greater clarity and clarity, and sometimes provide limited advice if the client is satisfied. . Managers' coaches, if necessary, also conduct specific tests and assessments, such as personality assessments, 360-degree assessments, and exclusive interviews to help their clients become more self-aware.
What does coaching include?
- Provide feedback - Identify opportunities for improvement - Creating awareness - Facilitate solutions by asking questions - Targeting and creating work plans - Learning facilitation - Support and encourage people to improve in the long run - Monitoring progress and keeping people accountable
What does executive coaching not include?
- Provide advice and counseling -Psychotherapy - Correcting mistakes for people directly - Effective management of people directly - Correcting behavioral problems directly - Mentoring
What are the benefits of executives coaching ?
- Improving efficiency and increasing efficiency - Improving moral character - Reduction of backwardness in the career path - Help discover talents -increasing the self confidence - Create new skills - Increase the chances of achieving goals
The steps of coaching?
- Preliminary evaluations (360 degrees, etc.) -targeting - Holding coaching meetings and professional and personal development of managers - Measure the results The confidentiality of coaching sessions and the information exchanged between the coach and the clients is the most important part of the coaching sessions.
Who hires executive coaching?
Companies are hiring executive coaches who need to clarify or resolve some issues related to their current or future executives. Today, most companies recognize coaching executives as a way to invest in senior executives and people with high managerial potential. In companies, the presence of nomads is no longer a secret but a symbol of leadership. While the organization's senior executives (such as CEOs) traditionally hire migrant managers, it is common for companies (most of their human resources departments) to use coaching services as part of a human development program. Has been. Young managers, in particular, face many challenges at the beginning of their management period that they did not even think about, and helping managers or people who are candidates for management in the company means helping to develop human resources and increase the company's profitability. In addition, coaching is used to correct behavioral problems and help individuals resolve interpersonal disputes.
When should individuals or companies not hire executive coaches?
- People have no idea that they need a coach or that a coach can be useful to them. People also do not believe that they need more self-awareness and that they need to make changes. - Seek management advice and counseling. - They want to keep managers in the organization, they are practically leaving the organization. - Unable to pay for the employment of trained and reputable nomads. - Senior managers assume their organization is independent of the coaching process and only want to outsource it as a project.
Where can we find a executive coach?
The International Coaching Federation (ICF) is the only reputable international body that provides training, evaluation and certification to coaches, both directly and through its official representatives in various countries. It has a very strict process of validating and evaluating courses held by its national representatives, and the nomads who are trained under this institution go through a difficult, long, academic and pragmatic process. In Iran, the Institute of Persian Language Coaching (FCA) is licensed by the ICF, and coaches trained at the institute can provide coaching services both in Iran and in other countries.
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