Are you a candidate for executive coaching?
If you've ever asked any (or all) of these questions, you may be an ideal candidate.
"I am regarded as a high-potential employee. How do I prepare myself for the next big role?"
"I am a first-time CEO. I feel isolated and don’t know with whom to share my ideas, concerns and doubts. I don’t feel comfortable, yet, sharing these concerns with my board or members of my management team."
"After the merger, I find myself struggling to adapt to a new culture."
Maybe these issues strike a chord with you?
"I have just been promoted to our executive management committee and while excited, I am a little anxious. The people on it are considerably more experienced than I."
"I have been asked to create a strategic plan for my function and I have no real strategic planning experience."
"I have been appointed to a national role and must lead my function through a major transition."
If any of this sounds familiar, we should talk. I have helped many people in situations such as yours find actionable answers and strategies to accelerate their leadership abilities.
“Coaching others is a privilege and an honour. My job, as an executive coach, is to help clients see themselves and the world with fresh perspective, to guide and encourage them in the development of new leadership capabilities, confidence and effectiveness.”
“Clients come to coaching because they want something to change. Essentially they want to be more effective and the core purpose of coaching is to increase self-awareness, to make choices explicit, and to close the gap between what they are capable of and what they are currently doing. The role of a coach is to help them achieve this with increased effectiveness.”
"Great listeners are able to guide conversation to a deeper, more reflective level through relevant questioning. This enhances the learning for both client and executive coach."