The most important person you will ever manage is yourself. Leadership and Executive Coaching helps you do just that so that you can become a better leader while living a more fulfilling life.
According to an article from the Huffington Post on “Why CEOs Don’t Want Executive Coaching”, many CEOs don’t realize that the true secret to success is self-awareness and that executive coaching provides a way to uncover and enhance it. I couldn’t agree more. You can’t manage that which you are not aware.
Coaching may be right for you if you:
- hold a leadership position.
- want to make a change, either personally or professionally.
- have a strong desire to learn and grow.
- are open to direct and honest feedback.
- are willing to work hard and deal with your obstacles and challenges.
- are willing to change your behavior and develop new habits.
- are serious about honoring your commitments.
If you think that you are a candidate for coaching, please click on the link in the sidebar or submit your information below. I will schedule a meeting with you to discuss your personal needs and goals and determine if I am the best person to help you. If I feel that your goals and my skills aren’t aligned, I will refer you to someone else. If we mutually agree that we are a fit, then I will suggest an individualized coaching process for you.
Still not sure if you need a coach? Here is some additional reading about the benefits of coaching:
- A Study by the American Management Association confirms that coaching improves performance.
- A global survey of coaching clients by PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the Association Resource Center concluded that the mean ROI for companies investing in coaching was seven times that of the initial investment.
- A Bersin by Deloitte research study revealed that organizations that are effectively coached:
- Are 130 percent more likely to have strong business results.
- Are 33 percent more effective at engaging with their employees.
- Have 42 percent higher employee productivity.
- In a survey by researchers at Stanford University and The Miles Group, 66% of CEOs, board directors, and senior executives reported that they do not receive any outside coaching. However, almost 100%, are receptive to feedback from a coach.
- HBR Article, What Coaches Can Do For You.
- Entrepreneur Blog 4 Ways a Coach Can Help You Lead your Business To Success.
- Korn Ferry White Paper The Effectiveness of Executive Coaching: What we Can learn From The Research Literature.
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