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CO-MINDS – The Change Leaders

Executive Coaching

Executive coaching usually refers to a resource- and solution-oriented support process for experienced executives and managers. This process is designed by an executive coach who works interactively with the managers on a 1:1 basis.


Of course, our executive coaches are all characterized by the fact that they have gained extensive experience in top executive functions and are therefore available as professional sparring partners on an equal level if required.


Questions that arise can be, for example: How can appropriate changes be initiated constructively? How can professional process support be integrated into the respective working environment? In this context, one of the main concerns of executive coaching is to strengthen and further develop the manager's management skills.


Executive coaching is often about how to better deal with change and change processes in a business context. Professional and entrepreneurial topics such as team development, organizational development, conflict management and others can serve as a reason for coaching.

We consistently combine rational, strategic thinking with an emotional needs-oriented approach.  I.e. Methods, structures and instruments etc. are fundamentally linked to the necessary individual backgrounds, needs and personal skills. Our systemic approach to work also ensures that the entire environment is included: customers develop an awareness of networked thinking and actions. We always look at the individual and company levels as well as the respective effects of changes and developments.


Our coaches use a wide range of methods and instruments to support clients in using their own expertise and resources. If necessary, they also set content or technical accents in the form of a mini-training, for example by offering videos, book recommendations or even their own short inputs on leadership topics.


The result of successful support from an executive coach can be seen, for example, in better results in the team because communication has been adjusted, roles have been clarified and areas of responsibility have been defined. However, executive coaching is not an advisory service, but rather always process-oriented.

Opportunities for Executive Coaching

Because of their prominent position, managers and executives often act as role models. They are guiding figures that the colleagues and employees orientate themselves towards. That's precisely why it's important that they have a certain level of clarity on certain topics and that they convey this. If this clarity is not present or is lost, executive coaching can help.


The following points serve as reasons for executive coaching


  • Change in management level, positions, roles or tasks

  • Improving leadership skills

  • Change in team composition

  • Refinement of management skills, e.g. clarification of areas of responsibility

  • Discrepancy between expertise and experience

  • Conflict management

  • Dealing with pressure and stressful situations

  • Reflection on the tasks relating to employee management

Depending on the reason for the coaching, the manager will acquire new skills or refine existing approaches, such as: to communicate appropriately depending on the situation and position, to delegate clearly and effectively, etc. This helps to enrich the corporate culture and achieve the company's goals more quickly.

CO-MINDS – Executive Coaching
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