What’s an Executive Coach?

March 28, 2019

Career Advice

You’ve likely heard of a career coach: someone who can assist you in the job search, building your resume, changing your career, finding your path, and identifying your strengths. Career coaches may be for those who are looking to find their way toward a dream job or onto a balanced path that makes them happy at home and at work. So what is an executive coach for?

For those who have already hit their stride and have found success in their position, an executive coach may seem redundant. What else can they possibly help you with? Well, a lot! Like a career coach does for job seekers, an executive coach can help you identify your strengths and how that makes you unique in the workplace–and how to best utilize those strengths to keep rising to the top.

Beyond having a better vision of yourself, an executive coach can also help you see others around you more clearly. They can guide how you in how to better manage, listen, inspire, and work well with others–both those who you manage, those who you report to, and those you work alongside. It’s no secret that building these relationships can make a huge positive difference in your career success.

Any kind of coaching is a great investment in your career. It’s worth considering for those who really want to take their success to the next level. Read more about executive coaches at Forbes.

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About Spectrum Brands Careers

Spectrum Brands is a global $5 Billion Consumer Products company headquartered in Middleton, Wisconsin. While you may not be familiar with the Spectrum Brands name, there is no doubt you will recognize some of our brands.

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