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But the hurdle is, most associates in today’s organization don’t measure up to it. That is why one has to drive them to pursue excellence, by raising the bar, and demanding better output. 34 ARE YOU READY FOR THE CORNER OFFICE? He said that he is seen by his team as a task master demanding top performance and that he goes out of the way to reward those who meet his expectations. The flip side of the story was that most of them failed to meet his expectations and on the contrary they habitually manifest performance deficit.
What is most interesting is that the changes were noticed by supervisors, colleagues and family members. The story of Sunny is another example of the Coachee achieving the goal of ‘listening with empathy’. Family relations improve, especially with his daughter. On the work side too there is confirmation that relationships improved. The Coachee felt better prepared to transition into another assignment as COO. The skill of listening and empathy demonstrated by the Coach, the type of open-ended questions that were asked, the exploration of behaviour with the lens of transactional analysis and finally helping him develop action plans resulting in his ability to grow in the realm The Place of Emotional Intelligence in Leader Effectiveness 25 of relations with his daughter, colleagues and even manage a transition to another job are sought to be shown.
During the first few meetings, Sunny though open and friendly, came across as a formal and serious person. He had clarity about what he wanted to speak and the message he wanted to convey. The conversation was flowing but measured. He told me that he liked to analyse things with a view to understand them and one could see this was a dominant tendency in his thinking, world view and behaviour. As he spoke, he conveyed a sense of finality in what he said. The continuous wheezing as he spoke did not deter him from projecting a strong, no nonsense, domineering, highly task-oriented achiever image.
Are you ready for the corner office?: Insights from 25 executive coaching experiences by Pradipta K Mohapatra