Executive coaching helps build competencies on individual and organizational levels. It teaches better problem solving, interpersonal and communications skills, leadership, and maturity. The organization benefits by having access to expertise that is not available within the company, including special knowledge, skills, style, approach, and experience that are relevant to the industry, market, and specific objectives of the business.
Executive coaching provides access to tools, processes, and practices that help the company diagnose and resolve problems in an objective fashion. Executive coaching also provides access to a trainer that is experienced in developing training programs and helping the executives learn. Improved executive leadership helps the company achieve better teamwork and employee engagement, resolve business problems and achieve better financial results, and enhance employee job satisfaction. Enhanced interpersonal skills are beneficial for the team and everyone in the company (Kampa-Kokesch & Anderson, 2007).