Change your personal & organisational results, through executive coaching
Executive Coaching provides support to busy performance focused people who need to survive and thrive in today’s hectic business environment.
- Are you an innovative, growth organisation going through a period of change?
- Do you need to refocus your team?
- Wondering how will you reach and exceed your goals?
- What support do you need to help you meet your objectives?
- Does your team need to hone their skills to think and act like a manager and/or a leader?
- What is your measure of success?
- How can business coaching help you to achieve your goals?
So, should you have a executive coach?
Executive coaching will be for you if you have some idea of where you want to be or go, but don’t know how. We create a safe environment where you can explore your options, find the resources you need and support you towards improving performance and creating balance.
You have to be open to feedback and willing to create positive change, otherwise, why bother?
Coaching is perfect for times of change, promotions, new assignments, new challenges and new ways to tackle old problems.
As a leader (senior manager or director) you will want to be more effective and successful at work, you will want to know how to reach your full potential and the potential of those you collaborate with. You want to be challenged, stretched, stimulated, inspired, motivated and to be confident in everything you do.
By helping you to find the answers within, you will be able to create your own strategies for success.
Why work with a Coach?
Sometimes it is just about gaining more confidence for your next role, or overcoming perceived blocks or gaining some clarity about where you want to go. It could be realigning your values, passion, purpose and vision. Despite knowing what you should be doing and even being able to help others, occasionally our mindset gets stuck in a rut, this is where coaching can help you to sound it out and through conversation and reflection find the right answers for you.
Motivation, performance and work life balance are the often report benefits of coaching across the range of organisations. There is no formula for success and so you can never guarantee success, it does as they say take two to tango, however, with commitment from both sides a coaching relationship will translate into tangible benefits for all.
Through coaching , you will uncover how to:-
- Trust yourself and your decisions
- Learn how to say no (or why you say yes)
- Have confidence in who you are and what value you bring
- Become the success others see and know that you already are
- Create an action plan and stick to it
How we work
In an ideal world we would work with you over a three to six month period with an agreed number of sessions. Because every client and their circumstances are different, we tailor our coaching to your needs. Regular honest feedback ensures that the programmes objectives are met and amended as situations and other challenges emerge. Equally if a speedy intervention hits the spot in just a few sessions then we revise the contract to suit.
The Leadership Debate coaches
Our coaches have many years experience working both within organisations at a senior level and as coaches. This ensures that they have experience of being at the coal face and have the requisite coaching and life skills.
Working with you on a 121 basis our coaches will help you focus on what is important to you, establish what you want to achieve, understand what obstacles you need to overcome, help you set goals and develop a strategy, keep you motivated and on track.
Always fun, even if you want to shed a tear, or have a vent, much more positive when you get that aha moment and know what to do next, what resources you need, where to find them and truly feel that you know who you are.
Coaching is available by appointment in person or on the phone / Skype. Contact us for an informal conversation.
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