Embrace the Power of Executive Coaching With businesses becoming more complex, they tend to lean on their high performers to keep the company first class, fend off competitors, innovate, or pivot to new, unexplored markets. But who do these executives and leaders turn to when they need to refine their own skills? Executive coaches. In The Art of Executive Coaching, Dr. Nadine Greiner lets you in on the secrets, tips, and tricks to unlocking the better performance leaders need to thrive. Follow along as she tells nine stories of an executive coach, Alice Well, and her clients. With Alice’s help, these individuals learn to adapt their personal leadership styles, illuminate their blind spots, and adopt new ways of relating and managing to benefit their teams and organizations. But it’s not all smooth sailing–this coach shares the bumps along the way, too. With this book, aspiring executive coaches will understand why coaching works so well–why certain techniques enable leaders to achieve dramatic results in a relatively short time. And yet, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to executive coaching. No step-by-step procedure that will work, without fail, for each new client. Intuitively, that makes sense. As these stories show, you must adapt your approach to meet the unique needs, traits, and habits of each leader. That’s part of what makes the business of executive coaching thrilling–but also increasingly in demand. No executive is perfect; there’s always room for improvement–improvement that can have impressive effects on the business, its employees, and its customers. The skilled executive coach helps make this possible.