How does Organisational Coaching differ from other types of coaching?

Organisational coaching is a collaborative learning relationship that aims to improve the quality of the person’s life at work, and thereby contribute to organisational effectiveness. Organisational, or executive coaching is distinguished by a three-way relationship between the coach, the coaching counterpart and the organisation. The organisation is actually the client, making the dynamic between coach, counterpart and the client sponsor more complex than in a simple one-to-one coaching relationship. What distinguishes organisational coaches from other coaches is their understanding of how to manage the ethics of the three-way relationship through their professional background, their organisational experience and their specific organisational-centred coaching training.