Executive Coaching

The goal of executive coaching is to generate constructive behavioral change positively impacting leadership skills, management approach and ultimately organizational change.

Motivating change by identifying alternative ways of dealing with anxiety and frustration, the coaching relationship offers one-on-one guidance and immediate, ongoing results. The customized process provides a strategy to improve team and organizational effectiveness focusing on assessment, feedback, planning and learning.

Successful outcomes consider the whole person whose behavior is the result of past, present and future multi-faceted experiences and interactions with people and the world. Those experiences and interactions are often complicated, ambiguous and unpredictable variables that can produce radically different results from setting to setting.

According to Jim Oher, “Given that behavior is sometime volatile and erratic, the goal is to encourage constructive change and consistency. In addition to changing behavior, coaching enables self-guided learning by equipping individuals with the tools, knowledge and opportunity to become more effective leaders, managers and team members.”

It is critical to adapt an approach that is encouraging and empowering. What happens during the coaching process is as important as how new learnings/skills are applied in the workplace, at home and in social situations. The key is steady progress that leads to long-term sustainable change and increased proficiency outside the coaching relationship.