What exactly is an executive communication coach, and how can they help your company? Executive coaching in general involves helping a client improve their skills in overseeing management or in leadership development and performance. While an executive coach helps develop leadership skills, it is known that one cannot lead without strong communication skills. This is where an Executive Communication Coach comes in. An Executive Communication Coach has at least a master's level degree in the field of speech-language pathology and has extensive experience in all aspects of communication. So when you have rising talent in your organization who may be struggling with their communication skills, who better to contact?
Who exactly is executive communication coaching designed for? Anyone who can benefit from improved communication skills, and in the professional world, that includes pretty much everyone. At Corporate Speech Solutions, our Executive Communication Coaches often work with non-native English speakers that are brilliant and highly talented, but have struggled to move up the ladder due to their communication skills. We also work with native English speakers who mumble, speak quickly and do not communicate in the eloquent style of a CEO. Having trouble presenting in a way that captures your audience’s attention? An Executive Communication Coach can help there too! We have worked with hundreds of individuals who require strong presentation skills but are stuck in a manner of presenting that does not engage or excite their listeners. These are just a few of the many examples of how Executive Communication Coaches can build your team to last.
Executive Communication Coaches have become an invaluable investment for organizations looking to stay ahead of the curve. Attracting and cultivating top talent is essential for your company to survive and thrive in today’s competitive business world. Top executives like CEOs require effective leadership skills that induce and inspire action both within and without the organization. In addition, research has repeatedly shown that investing in executive communication skills can help employees build your brand, have greater confidence, and have greater, longer lasting professional relationships.
If you’re looking for more ways to craft a strong, confident image that will help you to achieve your professional goals, make sure to pick up a free copy of my e-book “Communicate with Clarity and Confidence!” by subscribing to our newsletter community on our website. In this free resource, I break down the myriad factors that contribute to confident communication and guide you through how to use each aspect to your advantage.