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Executive Coaching is commonplace in leadership development and as a transition tool the world over. However executive coaching is still a developing field. It is seen as a viable lever in the development of high potentials and in the retention of top talent. XLRI believes that executive coaching is most successful as a three-way partnership among coach, executive, and the executive's organization.
The practice of executive coaching is continually evolving and expanding and as institution we plan to incorporate new perspectives from varied disciplines, specialties, and backgrounds. The inter-disciplinary nature of executive coaching is a big challenge but as an institution known for its academic resources and distinguished faculty we can collectively go even beyond our Competency Model: psychology, organization development, business, and coaching. Organizations that have used XLRI's Executive Coaching Model have reported that they would actually increase use of executive coaching in the coming years. With the increasing need for executive coaching and its use and application we hope to address the issues arising out of this developing interdisciplinary, professional field for the mutual benefit of leaders, organizations, and the people and societies they serve.