HR’s Role in Executive Coaching

Publisher: Institute of Organization Development

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HR’s Role in Executive Coaching

Frequently, HR Leaders find themselves in an executive coach role. Usually, Senior Leadership assigns the coaching role to HR when one of their leaders has one or two derailers impacting their effectiveness. Since HR has had the responsibility to coach employees for years for disciplinary action and performance improvement, we naturally fall into the role of performance coach. However, performance coaching is not executive coaching.