Types of coaching we provide
Executive coaching is an individualized process that builds a leader’s capability to achieve short- and long-term organizational goals. It is estimated that over 60% of Fortune 500 CEOs have their own personal coaches.
Objectives often include being able to perform specific, well-defined tasks while taking into account your personal and career development needs. Skills coaches are highly experienced and competent in performing the skills they teach.
Coaching is a one-to-one or group service for leaders designed to bring about more effective, healthier organizations. Hence, when leaders improve their performance, such benefits spread throughout the organization.
New Leader Coaching
Over 44 percent of new managers felt unprepared and 87 percent wished they’d had more coaching before becoming a manager. Coaches can help new leaders clarify their most important responsibilities in their new roles and explore ways to integrate the team you will lead.
A focus on the core skills an employee needs to perform in their specific role – whether that’s sales, marketing operations or engineering. Coaches are typically subject-matter experts and have domain experience doing your job or a similar role.
Managing Stress and Burnout
Preventing and overcoming burnout and increasing engagement is focused on individual well-being, the role of the work environment, organizational culture, leadership style and social relations.