Organizational Coaching

Executive Coaching

                                                                                                                                                            Coaches help people with complicated lives become more efficient and productive.

Executives and business leaders benefit from working with a coach to develop and accomplish strategic plans, enhance decision-making, handle difficult people and work situations, help meet sales goals, clarify priorities, and stick to the plan.

We’ll help you reach your potential and maintain it by working through challenge areas, including:

  • Conflict Management
  • Executive Communication
  • Goal Setting
  • Innovation and Creativity
  • Leadership Development
  • Management Development
  • Performance Appraisal
  • Strategic Planning
  • Stress Management
  • Sustaining Growth

An Executive Summary of a 2013 Organizational Coaching Study prepared for the International Coach Federation (ICF)  by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP looks at key issues such as how coaching fits into organizational structures, why coaching is generally initiated, the pros and cons of different types of coaches and how to identify the most suitable coaches. You can read the article here.

The benefits external coaches bring are 100% focused on coaching as it is their main job, their independence from internal politics plus they general have more training and more extensive tools than internal coaches. Although external coaches can be seen as lacking a “rounded perspective” on the issues, they are also likely to be more objective. Having a good systems background helps them understand any and all organizations in a well-rounded way. It is no accident that the majority of high level executives choose external coaches.

Many of our executives also use our  Best Year Yet® program to produce effective teams, develop and implement strategic planning, and create a healthy personal balance.

Team Coaching

Team coaching is for senior management groups and teams and concentrates on the three key ingredients for successful business: focus, alignment and accountability. Some of its many applications include:

  • Producing results in sales and revenue.
  • Creating or aligning a team in execution of a strategic plan.
  • Planning and executing strategy for transition management.
  • Taking on and successfully implementing a breakthrough project.
  • Measuring success for compensation plans.
  • Generating effective teamwork in a virtual team.

 

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