It's what you learn...
There is a quote attributed to former UCLA basketball coach, John Wooden:
"It's what you learn after you know it all that counts." No matter how long we've been in leadership roles...no matter how extensive our experience, no matter how much we've been tested...there is still more to learn and practice.
That's where coaching can be a great tool.
The people at the highest levels of the largest corporations have something the rest of us don't always have. Okay, they have a lot. But what I'm referring to is access to coaching. For those execs, coaching is a perk, offered up as part of their compensation package. Most execs, when given the opportunity, gladly take advantage of the offer.
I only point that out because some people think coaching is only for people beginning their journeys or who've gotten lost when, in fact, it is one of the most effective ways leaders remain successful and continue to explore, break new ground, and grow themselves and their organizations. Leadership coaching can be exactly the challenging check-in you need to turn your most daring vision into reality.