Find the LEADER within
“Companies die because their managers focus on the economic activity of producing goods and services, and they forget that their organizations’ true nature is that it is a community of humans” – De Geus
What is Executive Coaching?
“The essence of executive coaching is helping leaders get unstuck from their dilemmas and assisting them to transfer their learning into results for the organization.”
Executive coaching fosters self-discovery and performance improvement, with the goal being to increase the client’s managerial and leadership performance, emotional intelligence, and executive-level skills. Executive coaching develops the leadership skills of high-potential individuals, improves the odds that newly promoted managers will be successful, corrects behavioral problems at the management level, and helps leaders resolve interpersonal conflicts among employees by creating high-caliber, super rewarding, and extremely loyal company cultures. Executive coaching is for C-level executives, emerging leaders, entrepreneurs, or anyone who is ready to take their personal and professional lives to the next level.
Common Individual and Team Coaching Goals Include:
Successful transition to a leadership role
Creating a winning culture
Reducing employee turnover
Increasing employee motivation
Boosting sales figures and customer satisfaction scores
Developing and leading high performance teams
Creating a powerful executive presence
Boosting Emotional Intelligence and self awareness, perception and expression
Discovering new career paths and successful transition
Mastering public speaking and executive presentation
Building more productive relationships
Our Coaching Approach
No two coaching engagements are ever the same, but our proven coaching methodology ensures maximum psychological and mental growth within our clients, as we focus on self-reflection, individual development, and performance improvement. We also deliver distinct, provable and massive ROI. Our approach involves transparency, shared responsibility, a facilitative style, a client-focused narrative, work-related goals, a non-hierarchical relationship, and coach-client confidentiality.
Our Coaching Philosophy
There are many different approaches that coaches can take with their Personal Model of coaching. We prefer a combination of the Humanistic and Cognitive perspectives while using Emotional Intelligence and the Five Factor Model as a lens to assess, guide, and improve the clients condition. Humanistic psychology believes in the good of mankind and emphasizes the client’s inherent drive towards self-actualization and creativity, while Cognitive psychology combines behavioral outcomes with self-insight about negative or self-limiting thoughts. While other psychology theories certainly can be effective, this unique combination allows for precision assessment of the client’s condition while focusing on the potential, the possible, and the achievable.
We Start The Coaching Process With Level B Psychological Assessments
After we have met and created a unique coaching plan for you, we first begin with a baseline. There are many assessments available to individuals and organizations, but we administer industry leading assessments that have the most sound research, possess the highest levels of validity and reliability, and pose the least emotional risk to the client. These assessments have stood the testing and rigor of psychologists world-wide and are legally defensible in selection and succession planning.