With years of successful experience, your Executive Coach can provide valuable insight that will help you develop long-term and short-term goals and strategies, as well as improve your leadership skills in areas that you might have overlooked.
An Executive Coach is hired to offer advice on where you can improve. No matter what role you play within your job everyone can benefit from a coach. A coach will just guide you to being better at what you do. Hiring a coach may not just benefit your work but may help you grow in general. A coach may help you look at what you do and how you do it in a different light.
A study held in 2014 proved that "executive coaching had moderate and positive impacts on individual-level performance and skills, well-being, coping, work attitudes and goal-directed self-regulation. They concluded that coaching is an effective intervention in organizations." https://www.bps.org.uk/psychologist/volume-27/edition-8/does-executive-coaching-work
When your employees grow your employees as a group improve because each of them is growing individually. Hiring an executive coach will do nothing but benefit you. When you benefit from coaching your work is a direct reflection.