Executive Coaching Services
Accelerating the impact of leaders.
Executive Coaching helps leaders develop skills and strategies to increase their impact and enhance the value they bring to the organization.
All leaders face moments when the talents and capacities that made them successful in the past are no longer adequate. Taking on a new or more senior role, managing a new initiative and leading change in the organization all require growth in new directions. Often this calls for both new skills and new ways of thinking.
Our coaching process is tailored to individual needs, challenges and objectives. At the start of each engagement, we get the lay of the land via 360° assessments. We work together with the leader to set goals, identify measures of success and build a customized development plan for getting there. Our objective is to zero in on the issue that will generate the biggest win and rapidly dive into it.
Through a one-on-one, confidential relationship with a supportive leadership expert, executives build awareness of their strengths and weaknesses and develop new strategies, outlooks and skills so they can tackle challenges that they have not faced before. Coaching provides a rare and valuable opportunity for leaders to gain fresh insights and experiment with new ways of thinking and acting that will take them to the next level of performance.
Creating sustained value to the organization.
Every coaching engagement is uniquely designed for a leader and his or her unique context. The focus is always on achieving business results and addressing the most pressing needs.
If you’re facing one of the challenges below, click to see what capacities we can help develop.
Fostering team development
Leading from behind
Strategic decision making
Develop teams and deploy talent effectively
Communicate in high stakes situations
Deal with conflict
Give effective feedback
“What we’re doing is so much more than prospects, product and profits. But nobody here knows or feels it.”
Vision creation and alignment
Influencing and enrolling stakeholders
Presentation and communication
Clarifying highest and best use of self
Prioritizing and delegating