- clarify your goals & aspirations,
- assess your ability to achieve desired results, and
- develop new behaviour s to improve your leadership effectiveness
“What often keeps a CXO from occupying the ‘Corner Room’ is something he or she should have learnt in kindergarten, but did not! For e.g. they don’t listen, they interrupt others, they won’t share or give credit, they fail to say thank you, they refuse to say they are sorry.” - Marshall Goldsmith, who has also listed 20 Bad Habits that become derailers or limit career growth.
The purpose of coaching is to help you develop effective leadership behaviour. As you advance in your career, success increasingly depends on your ability to build working relationships and to talk about difficult issues with others who see things differently.
We would be able to help: