There’s a good reason why so many business leaders have turned to management coaching: it works. One study found that executives with coaches had better revenue and more engaged employees.
Another found that coaches help business leaders improve their leadership, self-confidence, and self-awareness. Countless businesses, from startups to Fortune 500 companies, are hiring management coaches and seeing results.
But what do great coaches bring to businesses? They have years of experience—successes, failures, and everything in between—they use to guide business leaders through tough issues. Rather than lecturing, coaches listen, think, and ask thoughtful questions, allowing business leaders to grow without being forced in one direction. The best executive coaches do all of this selflessly—not for their own glory, but for the betterment of the business leader.
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