Developmental conversations are critical for short-term change, but when it comes to reaching long-term goals, traditional leadership development practices can come up short.
To support an executive in their commitment to lasting, impactful change or the achievement of major, lifelong goals, coaches must dig deeper to examine the core drivers – usually subconscious – that have steered the client to their current path. Further, you must help your client uncover whether these deep-seeded drivers are helping or hindering their ability to achieve their goals, and support them in making any changes required of them.
Such broad and deeply personal conversations can be challenging, but with the right tools, they can lead to your most impactful and rewarding engagements.
In this 60-minute session, we will explore the concepts you must understand in order to take your coaching of senior executives to greater depths, including:
- Strategies for achieving long-term goals rather than quick wins
- Opening up the conversation to include an individual’s personal, as well as professional, motivations
- The benefits of a directional approach in support of a developmental approach
- Supporting the client as they challenge themselves, recognize internal contradictions, and question their own assumptions
- Selecting and understanding the assessment tools available for exploring personal drivers
Join MRG’s David Ringwood to explore how you can broaden the coaching conversation with senior executives to support them in making choices that will have a lasting, life-long impact.