Large business organizations deploy Executive Coaching as a development tool for improvement of organizational performance in leadership, correction of behavioral issues, and alignment of organizational vision with individual aspirations. An area not yet fully utilized but being successfully explored in a few visionary organizations, is to train their executives in coaching so that they can manage and lead others in the coaching style. This has great potential not only for the individual manager and the organization but also for the teams and departments in which they work. In this paper, I present some findings to support this view based on feedback from professionals in management and human resources involved in planning executive development as well as executives being coached as part of their development. These findings if pursued, may significantly add value to corporate learning and development efforts.