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''Behavioural skills - working effectively with others''.
 
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Executive coaching is coaching for leaders and senior managers in all types of organisations.
 
Executive coaching is coaching for leaders and senior managers in all types of organisations.
  
 
It can also cover work with more junior people who have high potential.
 
It can also cover work with more junior people who have high potential.
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The Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (APECS) identifies the distinguishing characteristic of executive coaching as being its primary concern with the development of the executive ''in the context of the needs of their organisation''.
  
  
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==See also==
 
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*[[Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision]]
 
*[[Behavioural skills]]
 
*[[Behavioural skills]]
 
*[[Career coaching]]
 
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*[[Influencing skills]]
 
*[[Influencing skills]]
 
*[[Leadership coaching]]
 
*[[Leadership coaching]]
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*[[Life coaching]]
 
*[[Mentor]]
 
*[[Mentor]]
 
* [[Organizational coaching]]
 
* [[Organizational coaching]]

Latest revision as of 20:58, 4 June 2020

Behavioural skills - working effectively with others.

(EC).

Executive coaching is coaching for leaders and senior managers in all types of organisations.

It can also cover work with more junior people who have high potential.


The Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (APECS) identifies the distinguishing characteristic of executive coaching as being its primary concern with the development of the executive in the context of the needs of their organisation.


Group treasurer develops skills with executive coaching

"Given how much he has under his belt already, what should we expect next from the man who was identified as a rising treasury star six years ago? Going forward [Ian] Cooper wants to develop himself as a leader and a manager. So, he is undergoing executive coaching with a view to honing his non-technical skills, such as influencing...
'What's most important to me is that I'm continuing to learn and develop, and I am engaged in what I do.'"
The Treasurer, Profile, August 2019, p19.


See also


Other link

How to pick the right executive coach, Association of Corporate Treasurers