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Getting Started

The first step is for us to have a conversation to explore what goals you want to achieve through coaching and to answer any questions you have about the process, including the frequency of meeting, length of the engagement, cost, and other details of the process. This initial conversation also helps us to determine if we are well matched to facilitate that together. This conversation is free of charge.

Coaching Goal Examples

  • Leading teams more effectively
  • Improving business acumen and results
  • Increasing ability to manage stress
  • Increasing leadership presence
  • Building confidence “at the table”
  • Improving relationships with others
  • Identifying next career/life steps
  • Communicating more effectively
  • Successfully transitioning out of or into a new role
  • Developing mentoring skills for successors and key talent
  • Managing priorities

Interested in Coaching?

Contact me for more information and an exploration about the possibilities of working together.

executive coaching

Executive coaching is when a leader, in partnership with a coach, identifies professional development goals and barriers to success – then strategizes actions and tools to help achieve their objectives.  Leaders who become coaching clients are those committed to achieving lasting growth and development.  Coaching engagements are typically a six month process, which may be shortened or extended as appropriate.  Weekly or bi-weekly meetings are conducted over the phone, video or in person.  If a coaching engagement is part of an organization, it is common for there to be several check-ins at the beginning, mid-way, and at the end of the engagement with the corporate sponsor and/or manager to ensure support and alignment.

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Benefits of coaching

  • Improved leadership skills and confidence
  • Improved business results, such as employee engagement, team productivity, and financial performance
  • Career advancement
  • Increased transition effectiveness
  • Change in stakeholder perception about behavior and performance
  • Greater personal awareness
  • Improved relationships
  • Greater sense of well-being and ability to manage stress
  • Improved communication with manager