Would you like someone totally focused on supporting your success? That’s what I do as your executive coach.
Whether you are in a new role, feel challenged in an existing one, or simply want to be the best for yourself and your organization, being a leader requires versatility, tenacity, and courage. Leadership can be lonely. Working with a coach – a partner committed to your success – accelerates your learning and development. Having a learning partner can be particularly important when you are “in transition” – starting a new role, or between roles.
I have been coaching executives for more than 25 years – first in my role as an internal consultant, and more formally as external executive coach since 1999. My coaching clients include senior executives and managers of corporations, entrepreneurs, nonprofit staff and board leaders, and executive directors and presidents of national associations.
We work one-on-one to develop your competencies to lead. I offer face-to-face and phone coaching – or a combination. Either way, you have my focused attention. While the focus of our coaching usually relates to your professional role, I coach the whole person. You may think you are one person at work and another person outside, but you aren’t … you are one person. Coaching is a safe place to address both professional and personal issues because they are intertwined and affect each other.
All coaching relationships and agreements are different. That’s why from the beginning we craft your coaching engagement based on your desired outcomes and measures of success. When appropriate, I engage a client’s manager to clarify what the organization wants to gain from the coaching. One thing that makes my coaching relationships effective is co-creating the goals, mutually evaluating progress, and adjusting as we work. Read more about my coaching experience.
Sound good? Let’s talk. You’ll get value from having your questions answered and experiencing how I coach. Let’s discuss what you want from coaching. Contact me to set up a complimentary conversation.