Managers can adopt a new management style using managerial coaching. This type of coaching is provided by the managers for their subordinates. When problems arise, these managers will no longer automatically jump into solving the problems, but will challenge their subordinates to try to find solutions, the managers will provide support, challenges, feedback and guidance – only rarely answers. Those who practice managerial coaching will give as much importance to the development of their subordinates as to the tasks they are doing.
Executive coaching is an increasingly popular concept that aims to develop emotional management skills and change the cognitions of people from the forefront of the organizational chart. Essentially, executive coaching opens up new paths that, once crossed, lead the individual to reveal an extremely useful potential in the workplace. In this context, the coach helps to create new skills, perspectives and opportunities that lead not only to the achievement of the goals of the organization, but also to the fulfillment of larger projects, which can also include the personal sphere of the individual.
Business coaching is another concept in this area, helping small and medium business owners in sales, promotion, leadership, or team organization. So this type of coaching offers support both in the development of the business as well as in the personal development.