Executive Coaching

Is it time to up your game to the next level?

Have you worked hard to set yourself up as a leader in your field, but still feel that something is missing?  What is getting in the way of your next level of achievement?

Perhaps, it is just one small thing – a behavior or habit that is holding you or your team back.

Perhaps it’s time to strengthen your influence to help you rise to new challenges. No leader does it alone; executive coaching provides the support necessary to help get you to the next level.

Even Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt has an executive coach.

What is executive coaching?

Executive coaching gives you the opportunity to work through issues and examine your choices as a leader in a confidential and candid setting with a committed partner who is not your manager, employee, or peer. We specialize in working with leaders and emerging leaders — CEOs, executives, and senior level professionals whose goal is to achieve exceptional results while keeping a strong personal foundation. We focus on individuals who are at the top of their profession and company. 

What We Offer:

We offer several coaching packages based on the needs of the individual and their desired results. From 3-month, 10 session packages, for quick small projects, to 20 or 30 session packages for individuals who are working on longer projects, leadership development, or change initiatives.

Why hire an executive coach?

The goal of executive coaching is to “take you from where you are…to where you want to be” and to enable leaders to effectively compete and win in tomorrow’s fast-changing markets.

Executive coaching supports you in:

  • Defining success
  • Achieving goals
  • Implementing strategies
  • Managing change
  • Accelerating projects with tight deadlines
  • Dramatically improving results

Studies show that successful companies and executives use coaching to achieve specific results.

  • A study reported in the Manchester Review of 100 executives, from mostly Fortune 1000 companies, showed that coaching produced improvements from 22-53% in areas such as productivity, employee retention, quality, and organizational areas.
  • Regular training increased productivity by 22%. When coaching is added to the training program, day-to-day work performance increased by 88%.”International Personnel Management Association, report 2001.

Executive Coaching has also been proven to be one of the most effective tools for identifying, leading, and managing change in organizations. The process is about increasing performance, creating new ways of thinking to solve today’s problems, and identify tomorrow’s challenges.

You will see results on your bottom line!

Coaching clients report a dramatic difference in their personal productivity and financial growth.