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This week, Dan Neumann welcomes his colleague, Justin Thatil, who hosts today’s episode. Justin is joined by Quincy Jordan and Phillip Lisenba to discuss Executive Coaching. In this episode, they address Executive coaching, its differences and similarities with regular coaching, how it is done, and how it can be encouraged. Listen to this episode, which contains actionable tips for your Agile practice!
Is Executive Coaching the same as regular coaching?
Both encourage, believe, and help Teams become even greater than they are.
An Executive Coach must have the business knowledge and the experience that relates to the struggles that the Team deals with. An Executive coach must know how to be a listener, too.
Continued improvement is an important aspect of Executive Coaching.
A Coach needs to manage timing and reading the group.
A coach must tell who is coachable and who isn’t and be curious enough about why someone shows coaching resistance.
An Executive coach must be adaptable and agile when encountering an opportunity to help the Team and become a better partner and friend to them.
The mindset of the CEO directly influences the work of an Executive Coach.
Before intending to coach, you need to invest in creating a relationship with each Team member.
An Executive Coach should try to help the Team out quickly.
Goal setting: How to set a vision to lead the Team toward:
Every leader should have the crisper possible vision.
Without a vision, people will feel scattered.
A Team led by an Executive Coach is a place where tough conversations are welcomed.
Nurturing a positive and healthy culture makes a great contribution to creating a psychologically safe space for a Team to grow.
An Executive Coach should invite the Team to give him feedback about the areas where he needs to improve.
Coach whom you can reach, coach whom you can coach, and whom you have access to. Improve that culture!
ABC: Always Be Coaching and Always Be Coachable.
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