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Executive Coaching

WHAT IS EXECUTIVE COACHING?

In today’s competitive business landscape, effective leadership is paramount. Executive Coaching is a dynamic, results-oriented process designed to enhance leadership skills, foster personal growth, and drive organizational success. Through one-on-one sessions with Collab Partner’s executive coach, you’ll gain insights, develop strategies, and refine your leadership abilities.

Through best practices with our wide range of local and international clientele, we are well aware of the struggles and challenges of leaders in today’s fast-paced, ever-changing environment.

Throughout the entire coaching journey, our internationally accredited professional coaches prioritize confidentiality and discretion as fundamental requirements.

OUR COACHES:

Proficient in English, German, and Turkish, our coaches have 25 years of management experience, along with accumulated skills in organizational change management. We are committed to providing support for the transformation processes of organizations and their leaders, both within and outside Turkey. Getting to know us is easy; click on the bios below for an initial insight and contact us by filling out the form with your inquiry. We will get back to you promptly.

Işılsu VURAL
PCC

Cenk DOĞRU
PCC

What does a typical coaching journey look like?

We place great value on making the coaching process as clear and transparent as possible for you. Here are the essential steps and cornerstones that we have put together. The journey starts with a free initial consultation, a.k.a., the chemistry session. It serves to get to know each other without obligation. If the chemistry is right, the coaching journey begins.

Establish Relationship Coaching Sessions Between Sessions
Chemistry session Check-in and follow-up Keep record of actions and reflections
Discuss personal goals Set goal for the session Notice the change in mindset and behaviors
Establish confidentiality agreement Coaching on goals Be accountable. Try new ways of doing things
360 assessment data or feedback from stakeholders Regular sessions every 2 to 3 weeks
Integrate insights from line manager 8-10 online sessions
Maximum duration 6 months

Explore the support that Collab Partners can provide to your executive team!

OUR GLOBAL CLIENTS

 
Vodafone
Coca Cola
Geberit
Pernod Ricard
Bayer Crop Science
Syngenta
Lasaffire
Mercedes
Maxion Jantaş
Howden
RHI Magnesita
Manheim
 

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT EXECUTIVE COACHING

Who is it for?

Our Executive Coaching program is tailored for:

  • Aspiring Leaders who are nominated as talent: Individuals looking to excel in their current position
  • Established Executives: Seasoned leaders, C-Level executives aiming to stay ahead in the ever-changing business world.
  • Entrepreneurs: Those seeking to optimize their leadership in their own ventures.
What is the Structure of Executive Coaching?

The executive coaching process typically involves a 1:1 relationship between a coach and a leader and includes a series of structured, data-driven coaching sessions where coaches work hands-on with leaders to identify the leaders’ patterns, strengths and vision.

 

  1. Chemistry session:

Our process starts with a 45 min chemistry session with the coaching client.

 

  1. Coaching session:
  • Recommended Duration: Our professional recommendation stands at a total of 8-10 sessions, conducted online, with each session limited to 1 hour, a framework that has proven highly beneficial for our clients. However, recognizing the unique needs of each organization, we remain flexible in adjusting the duration to align with specific preferences, whether opting for a more condensed or extended timeline. The total duration of 8 sessions shouldn’t exceed 6 months.
  • Optimal Interval: Sessions are strategically spaced at intervals of 15-20 days, a deliberate choice to provide individuals with the necessary time for reflection, application, and continuous improvement between sessions.
  • Flexible Scheduling: At the initiation of the process, meeting times are collaboratively determined by the coach and the client, taking into account individual schedules and commitments. This personalized approach sets the tone for a tailored and effective coaching experience.

 

  1. Meeting with Client’s Senior Executive (Optional): In corporate coaching, the most critical stakeholder for achieving the desired development in individuals is often the senior executive. Therefore, at the beginning, middle, or end of the process, with the client’s knowledge, we may request such a meeting. This meeting is complimentary.
How Do You Know You Need an Executive Coach?

Signs you might need an Executive Coach:

  • You want to grow personally and professionally
  • You need a sounding board that is safe and neutral
  • You need someone to help hold you accountable
  • You want to become more self-aware and better at reflection
  • You want to grow as a leader and help others around you grow
  • You feel stuck in your career
  • You face challenges in leading your team and/or critical stakeholders
  • You struggle to adapt to a new leadership role
What are Some Typical Executive Coaching Topics?

The coaching sessions are self-directive, meaning the coaching client suggests the topic for the session. With that said, the coaching sessions typically revolve around the following themes:

  • Effective Communication
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Change Management
  • Empowerment
  • Building trust
  • Managing resistance
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Self-inquiry
  • Giving and receiving feedback
How Can a Coaching Client Prepare for Executive Coaching?

Preparing for Executive Coaching involves being open to change and ready to invest time and effort into self-improvement.

Write anything you can think of that concerns your leadership and relationship with people in your workplace and your entire organization. To help you focus, review your notes before each session. Share specific things and situations that you think are worth discussing with your coach on a deeper level.

And also, review any existing “Assessment center” reports, receive feedback from subordinates, superiors, peers, and external stakeholders.

If necessary and with the client’s permission, we can conduct a short meeting with the client’s superior.

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