I don’t come prepared to “fix” you or your organization. I don’t have a checklist to pencil-whip you into shape. I won’t judge what I hear.
I am an impartial third-party who will ask insightful questions to better understand how I can help you. Simply put, executive coaching is specific to you.
In individual coaching, I work with you in a quiet, non-distracting 1-1 setting. Some folks prefer to meet at their office, while others relish the opportunity to go off-site for a change of scenery. Your ability to feel comfortable, relaxed and removed from distractions (phone, email, etc.) is key to a successful outcome. The same holds true when I conduct videoconference sessions, with the exception that we’re unable to remove the technology that connects us.
Leaders are constantly faced with difficult decisions. Climbing through your personal decision tree without a companion isn’t only lonely, it sometimes means that you don’t recognize when the harder choice is the correct one.
I work closely with executives at all levels to enable them to make better decisions. Understanding that binary decisions are a trap and that difficult decisions become easier with outside perspective are key components of coaching with me.