Executive Coaching

Owners and CEO's are in positions where it is difficult to get valid feedback and genuine counsel. While the leadership may have highly qualified people they are still employees and need to consider what they say to you in terms of how it might influence their relationship with you and the company. Even under the best circumstances a loyal trusted relationship with a subordinate manager will often be misinterpreted by peers in the organization.


Executive coaching provides a number of valuable benefits to become a better leader: An executive coach relationship can:
  • Help you develop your leadership skills, overcome hurdles to better performance.

  • Be very effective during times of change and can serve as an independent sounding board in helping you achieve a new level of performance.

  • Help you sharpen skills, particularly on the fly, that a new role requires for you to be successful that you have not needed to rely on in the past.
  • Can help you develop new ways to handle old problems.
  • Help you get to the root cause of a problem and make fundamental change when you and your staff are frustrated or burned out.

Key Benefit:

An executive coach is not tied to the organization or anyone else but you. The coach is tied to you and support what you want and where you want to go.



Regular sessions are scheduled that are consistent with the needs and availability of the executive. An agreed upon agenda will serve as the session-to-session format that also provides the inclusion of new topics or issues that emerge between sessions that require attention. Progress toward objectives will be reviewed regularly and where appropriate session content will be adjusted to address shortfalls or goal accomplishment. The coaching format also provides for contact between sessions - phone, e-mail, informal meetings - to address events or issues that require interim discussion or to serve as a listener/sounding board.