Giving leaders someone to lean on

A new kind of coaching can help executives to deal with the challenges of a high-level role, writes Gareth Naughton.

27th January, 2013
Kevin Bowers, executive coach and one of the founding members of Praesta Ireland.

It is lonely at the top. When an individual rises through the ranks to reach executive level, they face the unique challenge that comes with great responsibility, particularly in a tough economy.

Just because someone has risen to the top, however, does not mean they are equipped to cope with these pressures - or to make the right decisions.

In response, there is a growing executive coaching trend aimed at helping those at the top...

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