Secret to Success in Executive Coaching

Publisher: Institute of Organization Development

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Secret to Success in Executive Coaching

The demand for Executive Coaching is growing and will continue to increase substantially through 2020. Not everyone is suited for executive coaching and one of the biggest challenges an organization faces is finding a qualified Executive Coach. Many coaches have experience in performance coaching, career coaching and outplacement coaching, but executive coaching demands a higher level of skills and experience. According to a study at Stanford University, only two-thirds of CEOs surveyed have a coach, but every CEO surveyed wants one. So why don’t more executives find an executive coach? Most CEOs don’t know how to choose the right coach or why they need coaching.