When executive coaching first began, it was meant only for the top management to redress some minor specific flaws the leader may have. It later evolved to be called leadership coaching as it focussed not only on the very top but also on the pipeline. Now coaching is becoming an essential part of management training, and instead of being a one-on-one event, it now involves an entire team. Specialized coaches are now being involved in group collaborative assignments. The biggest advantage of their presence is that employees now learn to make up for each other’s professional flaws. Conflict are now handled far more effectively. Productivity experiences a steep growth. The succession planning to create a workforce pipeline gets done easier. It is also a more long-lasting approach to team building than Esprit-de-corps exercises held at company retreats or gatherings.


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