Coaching is a holistic approach to developing individuals in a way that addresses specific personal projects, business achievements, or general conditions of a client’s life or profession. As a manager, coaching helps bring out the potential of your staff, raising their performance, and helping them work towards significant long-term goals with the organization.
According to a Harvard Business Review article, the top 3 reasons coaches are engaged are to: Learn More
- Develop high potentials or facilitate transition
- Act as a sounding board
- Address derailing behavior
One-on-one Executive Coaching is conducted in a way that promotes open dialogue and encourages the development of solutions. Using a strengths-based approach, individuals can safely explore possibilities, sharpen critical management skills, and strengthen a leader’s sense of being valued. This strategy helps executives break free of limiting behavioral patterns to create work that is meaningful and worthy of their time and energy.
Do any of these statements resonate with you?
“My team does not respect me, and my manager’s feedback is that I need to improve my leadership skills, especially when under pressure. What can I do to manage my responses in a better way so that team communication improves?”
“I feel undervalued and unrewarded for my performance. My manager told me that I lack “gravitas”, so how can I improve my confidence level and increase my influence with key stakeholders?”
“I have just been promoted, but 3 months into this role, my colleagues are still seeing me as a team member rather than their superior. I need help transitioning into this new role effectively.”
“I have been working with the same organization for the last 15 years. I’ve just been told that I am no longer needed. How should I prepare for the next chapter of my career?”
If you said YES to any of the above situations, you are in the RIGHT PLACE.
I have worked with a diverse range of executives, implementing a strengths-based approach to helping them achieve their goals. We rely on the use of psychometric tools to help executives discover their personal strengths and identify their best assets as a leader.
Dedicated commitment to one’s goals and the ability to remain focused are critical success factors.
If you’re serious about wanting a change, coaching is an excellent way to improve your skills and help you complete what you’re working on easier, faster, and with more enthusiasm.
How We Can Help
We meet every 2-3 weeks over a period of 4-6 months to focus on achieving your desired goals. We provide a safe and confidential environment to listen, question, provide feedback, and challenge your assumptions.
These sessions will be the first steps on your journey of self-discovery, where you can build your own solutions, leading to improved performance and sustainable change.