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 Executive Coaching


Executive coaching is about facilitating change.


Clients come to me because they want to learn and grow, and I facilitate the process.


The core of the engagement is the coach and client relationship– one that has both rapport and trust.


I look at the whole person - values, interests, motivations, and major accomplishments. What challenges help to define this leader? What do they care about outside of work?  How do their peers and other leaders perceive them?


Areas of focus for improved leadership often includes these competencies:


  • Executive presence

  • Strategic communications

  • Team development

  • Managing conflict

  • Effective relationships

  • Emotional intelligence

  • Building resilience


Typical engagements are 6-9 months meeting twice a month. A behavior-based coaching plan is created and often informed by stakeholder interviews and assessments.

Team Coaching

A growing need inside organizations is to build high-performing teams that work more effectively, more quickly.


Often the goal of Team Coaching is to transition from a group of people who are working independently to a highly collaborative team focused on broader organization’s goals.  


What is the current situation – what is the team dynamic? How do people engage, challenge, and establish priorities? What is the future state the team would like to create? And how will you change to get there?


Key topics to explore include these dimensions of the team:


  • Team’s working history

  • Strengths to leverage

  • Environment of trust

  • Mutual accountability

  • Decision-making

  • Candid feedback

  • Balance between leader's goals and team’s priorities


Engagements include a series of off-site team meetings (quarterly) and individual conversations with the sponsor and key stakeholders. Assessments may be included for additional insight.

Team Development
Executive Coaching
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