When you are in a leadership position, and most of us are every day of our lives (as executives, teachers, parents, etc.), means having a very clear idea about your strengths and weaknesses, or in other words having emotional self-awareness.
Being self-aware is part of emotional intelligence (EI) and one of the elements of the process that can be improved through coaching.
Leaders who employ EI do not make emotional or rush decisions, generalize people or compromise their own code of ethics. Great leaders always work toward their goals and consistently re-examine their performance. They have highly developed social skills and have the ability to put him or her in someone else’s situation.
Leadership coaching has been proven successful in numerous companies and organizations, big and small and around the world.
If you are looking to improve your leadership ability, organizational skills or performance, coaching can help you achieve your goals in very measurable ways.