Today’s executives face unprecedented pressures and challenges. A typical executive’s responsibilities may include building effective teams with the right talent, managing organizational change, motivating and inspiring employees, developing corporate strategy, satisfying shareholders, staying ahead of the competition and the list goes on. Professional athletes aren’t expected to optimize their performance without a coach. Why should executives be any different?
A Smart HR Executive Coach can provide executives objective insight, feedback and guidance allowing them to uncover their own path to goal achievement and professional fulfillment. Whether an executive is newly promoted, facing a number of organizational challenges or changes or is being groomed for a larger role, a Smart HR Executive Coach can be the resource the executive needs to unlock their full potential.
Smart HR’s strategic approach to executive coaching involves a series of phases including intake, assessment, goal setting, development planning, execution, periodic check-ins and finally, goal achievement. Typically, a coaching engagement lasts from seven to 10 months.
Clients can be assured a great “fit” with Smart HR’s Executive Coaches who are accredited through the International Coach Federation (ICF), the gold standard for coaching. ICF accreditation requires rigorous education, practice requirements and adherence to strict ethical standards including maintaining client confidentiality.
Organizations wanting their executives to experience better self-awareness, learn different ways of working, build more effective relationships, leverage their strengths and maximize their leadership skills, should provide them the resource they need by engaging a Smart HR Executive Coach.