Over time, successful leaders find true developmental feedback harder and harder to come by and eventually their career progress stalls.
Also, successful people tend to cling to behaviours that served them well in the past. Many of these practices are better left behind.
And though it may be a cliche, it is lonely on the upper rungs of the career ladder – most fast-track stars do not have friends that they can discuss their concerns with, at the workplace. There is a need for someone they can talk to and discuss these issues with, someone who is in their corner but at the same time, will be honest with them and support them to shine again
As an Executive Coach, I help leaders with their professional growth by tapping into their strengths to transform their behaviour.