Executive coaching, long valued by CEOs to hone leadership skills, is no longer just for the C-suite. It is a reliable way to improve leadership performance for future as well as current leaders. Baby boomer retirements have left leaders in short supply, and the technology revolution and the new pace of change mean that tomorrow’s leaders will need unprecedented skill sets. Coaching can help fill these gaps. This report, with direction from the Executive Coaching Council of The Conference Board, features findings from a survey of 181 organizations and includes case studies highlighting the coaching practices of Google, MD Anderson, and other leading companies.