How It Works

  • Executive coaching is typically paid for by an employee's organization. As such, the executive coaching typically takes place within the context of the organizational strategy, objectives, and directives of the employee's manager.
  • Executive coaching is a critical aspect of all businesses, and one that is very often overlooked. People come for coaching for a variety of reasons. They could want to: 1. Develop their leadership skills for an upcoming promotion Improve their likelihood of success as a new manager 2. Correct behavioral challenges they may be having 3. Learn how to be a better coach to their own employees?
  • Executive coaching is comprised primarily of one-on-one sessions between an executive coach and a client.  Due to the pandemic, most coaching is now delivered via videoconferencing technology.

Coaching Topics 

  • Conflict Management 
  • Stress Management 
  • Emotional Intelligence 
  • Senior Team Strategy 
  • Succession Planning 
  • Team & People Development 
  • Role Clarity 
  • Stronger leadership presence 
  • A shift from operational to strategic leadership 
  • Improved interpersonal skills – coaching, influencing, motivating, communicating, inspiring, 
  • Managing complex relationships; managing upwards. 
  • Team-building skills - coaching, effective delegation, performance-management 
  • Leading and managing change 
  • Better networking and business development skills