Executive Coaching – It’s time for consequence

Too often, executive coaching focuses only on the upside of the performance equation and it is little wonder that some executive coaching descends into the world of cosy fireside chats, with coaching assignments lasting years, with no measurable outcomes. In this article Michael Hamer, argues that for executive coaching to be truly performance-based, the issue of the consequences of not achieving goals needs to be clearly articulated in the coaching process. This ensures a more rigorous accountability framework that assists an executive become truly effective in their role. Read on