The most celebrated and highly-paid athletes in the world know the value of great coaching. They know that good coaches make them play better than they ever could alone.
The business world is no different. Many of the top executives of today’s most successful organizations use executive coaches to give them an edge in an increasingly competitive world and also to help them grow as leaders.
Our executive coaching process has produced great results for hard charging and intense CEOs and equally impressive results for more analytical and reserved business leaders. It has produced noteworthy successes for top executives, men and women alike, in industries as diverse as technology, healthcare, government and manufacturing.
Your executive coach will begin by listening and asking questions to learn about you, your situation, and your vision. S/he may interview others in your work environment like your boss, peers and direct reports. Next you and your coach will set goals and decide upon the criteria to use for measuring success. Once you and your coach have identified objectives, defined success, and created a detailed plan, you will be ready to act decisively and confidently. Finally, you and your coach will do what every effective manager does: measure and track results against your objectives and make the right adjustments along the way.