Executive Coaching - frequently asked questions

1. What is executive coaching?

Executive coaching is personal guidance and support that
the purpose is to help supervisors, managers and other professionals
to achieve their goals and develop their own activities. It may contain
for example
support for the development of strategic planning and decision-making,
in leadership skills and interaction with others.

2. Who is executive coaching intended for?

Executive coaching is intended for supervisors, managers and others
for professionals who want to develop in their career and achieve
their goals. It is particularly suitable for people who want to
find new perspectives on their problems or who need support
in decision making.

3. How does the executive coaching process work?

The executive coaching process usually begins
with a personal meeting where goals and needs are discussed. Its
after that cooperation is agreed upon and the goals and target schedule are defined.

After this, the coaching meetings themselves begin, which usually consist of
of telephone conversations
or meetings. Coaching meetings can be arranged flexibly
according to the customer's needs. The coaching process usually ends with
that the client achieves his goals or ends the coaching relationship.

4. Does your executive coaching company have references or recommendations?

Our executive coaching company has many satisfied customers,
who have achieved significant results during the coaching process.
We can provide more information about our clients and their achievements
on request.

5. What questions do clients most often ask during the executive coaching process?

Customers most often ask questions about the goals of the coaching process and
from the target schedule

Here are some examples of what coaching is not:

1. Coaching is not therapy.

The purpose of the coaching process is to help the client achieve
goals and develop their own activities, not deal with the past
events or feelings.

2. Coaching is not advice.

The coaching process does not provide ready-made solutions
to problems, but the customer gets support and tools to find their own solutions.
During the coaching process, the aim is to bring out the client's own unconscious skills and wisdom.

3. Coaching is not sales or marketing.

The coaching process does not sell or market products or
services. Instead, it focuses on helping the customer achieve
their goals and to develop their own activities.

4. Coaching is not teaching or training.

During the coaching process, no ready-made skills are taught or trained
to new professions. Instead, it focuses on helping the customer
to utilize their own expertise and find new ways of working.