It’s lonely at the top.
Leaders have fewer sources of impartial advice and counsel as the rise in the ranks of an organization. An executive coach provides that outsider sounding board with no agenda and complete confidentiality. Every leader has blind spots, frustrations, and complex decisions to think through. Having a confidential coach to help you think through aspects of the hardest decisions, provide new perspectives, give direct feedback and identify opportunities for you to develop as a leader can be your best secret weapon.
Having a confidential coach can be your best secret weapon.
Coaching is a form of individual leadership development, designed to raise awareness, provide a confidential sounding board, help identify new options, provide perspective and build confidence in dealing with difficult relationships – be those with the Board, or simply resolving conflicts between your teams, or with the one colleague always on the other side of any issue.
Elite athletes and great CEOs have coaches. Shouldn’t you or your top performers have that support to help you thrive and grow?
The most common issues we work on with coaching clients include: conflict management, delegation/shared leadership, succession and development, team building, listening/communication and personal development as a leader (shifting mindset, coping with stress, etc).