Executive Coaching In Corporate Environments

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Coaching is a process of work whose overall objective has to do with the coachee reach their full personal and professional development in a safe, free of tension and develop lasting behavior so that the result remains even after completing the process. The specific objectives are set by the coachee in agreement with the coach. In fact, Executive Coaching or Executive Coaching seeks to help managers develop skills and competencies to plan, manage, administer and run your company or department, division or business area under their responsibility with a responsible approach, ethical and sustainable taking into account people who are part of their environment (stakeholders) and the particular objectives of your company or business within which they must frame their plan of action to achieve the proposed objectives. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Nieman Foundation by clicking through. Business ethics can not be developed without regard to corporate social responsibility, under which the business objectives should consider the influence of their actions on the environment, or beneficial consequences harmful activity can have on the environment and social groups associated with it and how they should give back to society the benefits of making it to the conduct of its business. The executive who is part of a coaching process should project the benefit of the process to its various stakeholders or interest groups, applying the benefits of the learning process to achieve alignment between the needs of your company, with customers, suppliers, shareholders, employees and community with which it operates. The executive coaching helps managers to develop organizations where financial gain is not the only value that must be met, the development of corporate values enhances the achievement of financial targets necessary for sustainability of the business and shareholder satisfaction with the approach socially responsible, sustainable management enabling, supportive and ethical business, which the company will gain in value and recognition by the public concerned in its activity.

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