Our approach to partnering with clients is based on our extensive understanding of high impact leadership in a globalized world and on our belief that every person, and every organization has the potential to succeed. We combine our professional expertise with powerful tools to help our clients look at a situation from different perspectives and create options that will empower them to select the best choice for action and achieve the desired results.
Coaching is the most effective way to develop leaders, teams, and organizations.
Coaching is a partnership between the Coach and the Client that facilitates through a process of discovery, goal setting, and strategic actions, the realization of extraordinary results. Coaching is future oriented and helps executives view new perspectives, expand their ability to take effective action, and achieve their leadership potential; it maximizes leadership performance through sustainable behavioral change. In addition to one-one one coaching and team coaching, we use a coaching approach in our Leadership Development programs as it generates ownership and accountability.
Executive Coaching one-on-one will address specific leadership goals, commitments, and development needs in the context of the client’s job. This process includes value clarification, identifying courses of action, removing potential obstacles, examining operational style, asking clarifying questions, making empowering requests, and developing leadership skill development.
Taking the perspective that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, we coach teams to be high performing while accentuating and leveraging individual and team strengths. Team Coaching supports the team development process by identifying its strengths, surfacing underlying conflicts, and generating agreements amongst team members that will enable them to accomplish their goals.
Leadership Development Programs
Our Leadership Development Programs focus on teaching not only new skills and tools but also on what individuals learn about themselves and their context. This step is essential to developing sustainable behavioral change that can be transferred to future as well as current work situations.