How do you define success? Most of those who have executive coaching are highly successful individuals, adept at balancing workforce dynamics with corporate strategy, growth with efficiency, new technology with existing client demand. The greatest challenge for these individuals is individual growth, so they can support their employees to drive through the required changes. Those who "do what they've always done" will be the ones at the highest risk.
This article states that leaders' behaviour is driven by three distinctly different ideals - purpose, performance and passion. It is achieving synchronisation and balance in all 3 of these areas which will define future success.
Yet this isn't easy. Accepting and embarking on a personal transformation requires courage and humility. And this is where executive coaching can help.
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The greatest challenge for leaders today is activating their own willingness to continue to role-model change by demonstrating growth as individuals, and then engaging their people to drive change rather than be run over by it. Those who cling to the status quo, or who resort to defending past successes with complacency or denial, do so at their own risk. The drivers of behavior for disruptive leaders What we discovered in our research is that high achievers don’t have just one definition of success. Surprisingly we found three distinctly different ideals that collide as drivers of their behavior: Purpose—Performance—Passion. You will often hear these words being tossed around as synonymous, but our World Success Survey revealed that they are distinctively different but related concepts.