Executive coaching is a co-created, future-focused experience that uncovers a leader’s purpose, accelerates their development, and closes the gap between where they are now and where they want to be. This process creates a safe place to ask powerful questions and develop practical strategies to identify and achieve their goals. This reflective and pragmatic approach allows us to shape professional development from the outside-in and the inside-out and achieve thrilling results.
Typically, coaching engagements meet bi-weekly for 60-90 minutes for a span of 3-6 months. After an initial discussion with team leadership and other key stakeholders, the coaching engagement includes various assessments, assignments, and discussions to help make real progress. While conversations are entirely confidential, each program includes mid-point and final progress meetings with team leaders to reflect on learning and celebrate success.
Executive coaching also extends to group and team environments. These are particularly helpful when there is a significant stretch assignment, a new leader, or a perceived lack of teamwork.
Leadership development programs are highly interactive and powerful. Content is typically shared in pre-session readings or webinars to allow for in-class discussion and exercises. These also include assessments, peer coaching, breakout sessions, and a final project to drive home the learning.
Customizable off-the-shelf programs are typically 90-minutes of virtual seat time. We meet weekly for 3-6 sessions depending on the subject and desired outcomes. Residential programs vary from 1 to 3 days.
Offerings include, but are not limited to:
- Leadership Essentials
- Leader as Coach
- Leading with Emotional Intelligence
- Servant Leadership
- Purpose-Driven Leadership
- Active Listening
- Strategic Thinking
- Candid Conversations
- Leading Change
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity is what makes each of us unique — a fact.
Equity is a means to an end — a strategy.
Inclusion is intentional – a behavior.
Appreciation is being grateful – a recognition.
Research shows that well-managed, heterogeneous teams outperform homogeneous teams in creativity, innovation, retention, and financial results. These workshops use that appreciation of our diversity and how each of our unique skills, talents, and perspectives combine to create a more innovative workplace that attracts the best talent and brings more value to customers. By further exploring the value and impact of diversity, equity, and inclusion, these programs equip everyone to join well-managed teams and reap the rewards.