Executive Coaching

  • Individual, Team, and Executive Coaching

    Today's fast-paced life has people from all walks of life struggling with change and demands in our jobs. Most people are not lacking in information or how to do a process, but rather in a mindset paradigm that has affected job performance, roles, and relationships. The coaching process works alongside the individual to achieve three month, six month, and year-long goals using strategies and an action plan. 

  • The Coaching Process

    The coaching process focuses on looking at perspective, reactions/responses, strengths, and values and how to better leverage those areas for achievement and sustainability of goals. Several assessments are offered during coaching to provide greater self-understanding including Emotional Intelligence, DISC, and Energy Leadership. SMART goals are used throughout the process in order to build momentum and accountability. Individual, team, and executive coaching plans are available.

    A coaching engagement begins with a free initial consultation about your or your organization’s needs and desires to ensure that we are a right fit. Then together, we will develop a customized coaching program for the individual or team being coached. Coaching plans often include:  

    • Outlining and aligning the leader’s and the organization’s objectives, along with specific metrics for success
    • A 360 or other assessments
    • Feedback session based on assessment results
    • Evaluation of the client’s strengths and obstacles
    • A customized personal and professional development plan
    • Establishing specific, measurable goals within concrete time periods that align with the plan
    • Coaching sessions over a 3-12 month period
    • Interim reporting framework
    • Unlimited access to phone and e-mail support  
  • Why executive and leadership coaching for leaders and teams?

    Overwhelmingly, leaders see themselves as “in over their heads.” They are faced with huge demands in an ever-changing global economy. Yet, great leaders know that their personal and professional effectiveness and satisfaction as a leader helps them to be more successful. And great leaders know that they must continually develop themselves if they wish to effectively lead and develop their teams. But coaching goes beyond traditional training. Whereas training seeks to impart knowledge, coaching is the process that bridges the gap from knowing to actually doing. Coaching, whether for leadership development for existing and emerging leaders, leader transition, onboarding, performance and effectiveness, communication skills, or employee retention and engagement, provides an individualized focused development, personal learning, and the accountability necessary for desired results.

    “It’s all about the results–and that is exactly why seasoned professional business and executive coaches have full rosters because they help clients produce favorable results. Expensive? Not when compared to the ROI, the bottom line results achieved that can be measured.”  (Wall Street Journal)

    “Executives and HR managers know coaching is the most potent tool for inducing positive personal change, ensuring better-than average odds of success and making the change stick for the long term.” (The Ivy Business Journal)

    “How do you provide career development as a just-in-time, bottomline-driven business activity? For an increasing number of organizations, the answer seems to be executive coaching. In recent years, there has been an explosion in its use.” (Organizational Dynamics)

    Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Newsweek, and other publications herald what research shows: that executive and leadership coaching produces leaders who are inspired, engaged, committed, and effective, as well as produces teams and organizations that are high performing. And the return on investment demonstrates it. In fact, studies done by the International Coaching Federation, Manchester Group, MetrixGlobal, and other independent studies demonstrate that


  • Typical Coaching Results:

    • Become self-aware (of behaviors, attitudes, and perceptions), leading to change
    • Capitalize on their strengths, and learn new skills
    • Bridge performance gaps
    • Reach their highest potential
    • Develop their communication and interpersonal skills
    • Increase engagement
    • Improve time management and productivity
    • Increase effectiveness
    • Resolve conflict and understand personal dynamics
    • Renew their passion for work
    • Reduce burnout and stress
    • Build a higher performing team
    • Create a healthy, positive work culture
    • Enhance retention, reducing high costs of turnover
    • Increase self-confidence
    • Improve bottom line results
    • Obtain the support, confidentiality, objectivity, insight, honesty, feedback, follow up, and accountability from a coach, which is necessary for positive, sustainable change and development