Partnering with executives to make high-value changes.

What do the world’s greatest leaders have in common?

The best leaders and organizations don’t rest on their laurels. Instead, they anticipate, recognize, and respond to challenges. They grow and develop.

There’s always opportunity for improvement in your success as a leader—wherever you are in your development. Through our work together, you’ll gain a full understanding of your capabilities, challenges, and drivers. We partner with you to identify pivotal behaviors that, if changed, will produce tremendous results for you, your team, and the organization…then we work together to shift those behaviors.

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What benefits can you expect from Executive Coaching?

At the outset we identify what success looks like for the engagement. Depending on the agreed upon goals, outcomes may include:

  • Greater self-awareness
  • Enhanced ability to manage up, down and sideways
  • Insight into how you’re seen by others (and what to do about it)
  • Improved self-management
  • Greater confidence and credibility (with yourself and others)
  • Greater satisfaction and fulfillment
  • Less stress and more sustainability in your role
  • Identification of, and greater facility with, your authentic leadership style
  • Improved organizational and time management
  • Greater facility and confidence making tough decisions
  • Enhanced ability to effectively have difficult conversations

As a leader, you are a critical part of a dynamic system.  You can expect our work to have a positive cascading ripple effect throughout your organization.  Elevate overall performance. Transform teams.

Examples of past client success stories

  • CEO developed leadership ‘back-bone’ and assertiveness in order to effectively set boundaries, hold staff accountable and shift the culture to be more results-oriented; ultimately growing the business 10X and resulting in an acquisition
  • VP developed greater resilience and self-management, resulting in less emotional reactivity and more productive focus on achievement of goals
  • CEO developed the ability to be more nuanced in his communication and more collaborative in his approach in order to effectively navigate a game-changing merger
  • CFO leveraged the results of difficult to accept 360 feedback to become a more collaborative and empowering leader, and turn-around perceptions of an uncaring and disrespectful leadership style
  • Supported the Chancellor of a research university with thought partnership and as a sounding board; specifically around the dynamics of the leadership team, emotional intelligence and relationship management with the board chair
  • HR leader developed executive presence, confidence and leadership backbone

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  • COO developed greater awareness of the downsides of one of her greatest strengths (her very direct communication style) and developed the ability to moderate her approach
  • SVP of Global Services developed the ability to prioritize the needs of the organization over the individual needs of the leaders on his team; and to tolerate the discomfort of holding direct reports, whom he also considered to be friends, accountable
  • President of an explosively growing company, developed from the leader of a $200M business to a 1B business
  • CEO developed self-management skills and turned around perceptions of an overly assertive and forceful leadership style
  • Recently promoted Director developed executive presence and effectiveness as a leader of former peers
  • Provost developed executive presence, including the ability to effectively ‘toot his own horn’ as appropriate
    Senior Director developed emotional intelligence
  • President/Managing Director developed confidence, management and leadership skills, including the ability to be more direct in his communication and to tolerate the discomfort of holding others accountable
  • CMO turned around pattern of intimidating and disrespecting peers
  • Executive Director more effectively developed her leadership team, setting them up for a successful merger

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What Executive Coaching Clients are Saying