Executive coaching is now a key learning strategy implemented by companies who understand the difficult challenges facing leaders today. Given the rate of change and complexity associated with most industries, it is difficult for managers to move into senior leadership roles without honing their skills; executive coaching is only one way to do this but it appears to be more effective than many of the alternatives.
As a Psychologist and Executive Coach, I am sometimes asked, "What does psychology have to do with executive development?" This is an understandable question. Most people associate psychology with mental health clinics or therapy; however, psychology is not just about fixing problems, it is also about making good things better.