Leadership coaching is exploding in popularity, but people have misconceptions about what it is...By sharing stories and examples from real-life clients in this whitepaper, I hope to illustrate that coaching is often a unique transformational experience.
Tysons Corner, VA (PRWEB) June 25, 2014
Management Concepts, Inc., the nation’s premier provider of professional development, performance improvement, and talent management solutions for the public sector, today announced the release of a new whitepaper, What is Coaching – Really – An Why is Everyone Talking About It?, authored by Senior Consultant and Executive Coach Mark Leheney.
“Leadership coaching is exploding in popularity, but people have misconceptions about what it is,” said Leheney. “By sharing stories and examples from real-life clients in this whitepaper, I hope to illustrate that coaching is often a unique transformational experience, in which the person being coached can become a more authentic, strategic, and effective leader.”
In Part 1 of the series, Leheney explains what leaders experience during each step of the coaching process and why it has such life-changing and positive results for both the coached leaders and their colleagues. In Part 2, he examines specific coaching practices.
This whitepaper series is a must-read for those who seek to better understand the leadership coaching process and philosophy, and how coaching fits into broader leadership development efforts. It is available for download here.
About Management Concepts
Management Concepts is the nation’s premier provider of professional development, performance improvement, talent management, and workforce development solutions for the public sector. Since 1973, we’ve collaborated with and supported every major agency in the Federal government, thousands of state and local government offices, numerous non-profit organizations and universities, and hundreds of corporations; unleashing the potential of more than one million individuals and enhancing the performance of teams and organizations. Visit http://www.ManagementConcepts.com for more information.