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  • Writer's pictureReeshemah Davis

Whispered Wisdom: A Team's Communication Magic


How does executive coaching create a positive influence and increase communication skills within the team?


This is a question that I have gotten quite a bit, and I am here to clarify why and how coaching truly benefits you and your organization.


Executive coaching is a professional development practice that involves working with a coach to improve one's leadership skills and effectiveness as an executive or manager. It is a confidential and individualized process that helps executives identify their strengths and weaknesses, set goals, and develop strategies for achieving them.


One key aspect of executive coaching is the focus on communication skills, as effective communication is crucial for leaders to build and maintain strong relationships, motivate and guide their teams, and make informed decisions.


There are several ways in which executive coaching can create a positive influence and increase communication skills within the team:


  • Building self-awareness: Executive coaching helps leaders become more self-aware by providing a safe and supportive environment for them to reflect on their communication style and behaviors. This includes understanding their own emotional intelligence, which is the ability to recognize and manage one's own emotions and the emotions of others. By developing self-awareness, leaders can become more attuned to their own feelings and the impact of their words and actions on others, which can lead to more effective communication.


  • Identifying and addressing communication barriers: Executive coaching can help leaders identify communication barriers and develop strategies to overcome them. This might include working on active listening skills, learning to ask open-ended questions, or improving nonverbal communication. By addressing these barriers, leaders can foster more open and honest communication within their team, which can lead to increased trust and collaboration.


  • Developing a coaching style of leadership: Executive coaching can also help leaders adopt a coaching style of leadership, which involves empowering team members to take ownership of their work and develop their own skills and capabilities. This approach focuses on asking questions and providing support and guidance, rather than simply giving orders or telling team members what to do. By adopting a coaching style, leaders can create a more positive and collaborative work environment and foster a culture of continuous learning and growth.


  • Improving conflict resolution skills: Effective communication is also crucial for resolving conflicts within a team. Executive coaching can help leaders develop the skills and strategies needed to address conflicts in a healthy and productive way. This might include learning how to mediate disputes, negotiate win-win solutions, or handle difficult conversations. By improving conflict resolution skills, leaders can create a more positive and cohesive team culture.


In conclusion, as you have read, executive coaching can create a positive influence and increase better communication skills within the team by building self-awareness, identifying and addressing communication barriers, developing a coaching style of leadership, and improving conflict resolution skills.


These skills are crucial for effective leadership and can help create a more positive and productive work environment which every organization needs for growth.


I have dedicated my life to being a coach to c-suite leaders and executives and have made it my mission to create CHANGE within organizations with a proven 5-Step Embolden Action Plan.


I can improve your current company operational structure and systems so that you are able to effectively and efficiently implement new strategies that will improve how your operation runs. With this I mean, your team will be more proactive, communicate better, and become stronger as a unit.


Let me share with you the tools and resources that have worked for my clients, which I know, will work for you.




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