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WHY LEADERSHIP COACHING SHOULD BE PART OF YOUR NONPROFIT'S WINNING STRATEGY

Updated: Aug 29, 2018


Every successful team has a trusted leader that they can turn to for guidance; someone who can be counted upon to steer the team in the right direction. But where does the leader turn for inspiration? Savvy principals seek out the expertise of an executive leadership coach to achieve measurable and sustainable results that keep the team moving forward.


It’s an unfortunate fact that C-suite leaders are pulled in multiple directions at once and must respond in appropriately to satisfy their many stakeholders. With a BOD demanding an improved financial picture, and an entrenched staff resisting corporate culture change, the average leader would struggle to gain positive momentum. But working with an executive coach affords an opportunity to vent frustrations, ask tough questions, and devise new tactics in a safe environment. Executive coaching helps leaders focus, prioritize their time, and decide where to invest their energy.


· Identifies both strengths and areas for growth

· Directs focus in order to achieve specific impact

· Uncovers limiting beliefs that may prevent attainment of goals

· Aligns personal vision with organizational vision

· Eliminates distracting behaviors and habits


While traditional training methods are beneficial in the short term, effective change is rarely sustainable as there is no accountability. With an executive coach on board, however, leaders remain focused on goals over a period of time. Private, customized coaching swiftly leads to observable change and to genuinely effective leaders who empower their team to achieve both personal and organizational goals. Confident, inspired leadership is most often the key to unlocking truly amazing results.


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