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Executive Coaching: From Self-Awareness to Business Outcomes

Executive Coaching: From Self-Awareness to Business Outcomes

Webcast Details

  • Gallup Called to Coach Webcast Series
  • Season 2, Episode 4
  • Learn how coaching can impact executives, and how coaches can help executives direct their new awareness of their CliftonStrengths toward reaching business outcomes.

On a recent Called to Coach: Southeast Asia Edition, we spoke with Gallup's Senior Practice Expert Vibhas Ratanjee.

Vibhas specializes in executive-level engagement strategies and facilitates Gallup consulting programs, including strengths-based leadership and succession management. He is an expert in strengths coaching, and he gave us an exclusive look into his coaching world.

When having initial conversations with CEOs, Vibhas says leaders almost always lay out their conflicts first. This is when it's important to help them try something new to allow them to resolve their conflicts. When two leaders have an issue with each other, Vibhas coaches them to have a conversation about the areas in which they work well together, instead of focusing on the negative aspects of their working relationship.

Coaching teams can be different and sometimes more challenging than coaching individuals. Vibhas explains that there are three aspects to successful team coaching:

  • Be well prepared.
  • Moderate the room.
  • Have clear goals.

To learn more about Vibhas and his coaching expertise, watch the full video above.

Vibhas Ratanjee's Top 5 CliftonStrengths are Ideation, Maximizer, Adaptability, Significance and Strategic.

Learn more about using CliftonStrengths to help yourself and others succeed:

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