I believe that executive coaches, with the pre-requisites in business and a background and affiliation to psychology, make excellent coaches. Here are my top four reasons for the benefits of the executive psychologist as a coach.
Research supports that developing the emotional intelligence of managers equips them with the skills and abilities to provide their employees with effective and continuous coaching for performance.
This blog introduces “miracle question” and “exception question” techniques that can help people further identify, understand, and build on their goals to identify concrete indications of success and progress.
The tendency to focus on what is wrong is common among high achievers. When I go through 360 assessment results with people, they generally skim over the positive comments and zoom in on what they perceive as critical.