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Executive Coaching

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When Leaders Evolve and Grow, Companies Will Do The Same

By helping organizations improve performance through leadership development we can foster a positive change in company culture. We believe in and cultivate the powerful link between executive development, long-term profitability, and business growth. Provocative yet enlightening, our talented team of catalysts will open your eyes to self-created barriers, significantly increase your effectiveness as a leader and inspire you to bold action and breakthrough results.

What Makes Us Different?

It’s our attention to detail and singular focus on the individual in their business environment. What will it take for this person to perform well in this role, in this company, in this industry? We zero in on helping employees at any rank become more effective business leaders so they are better equipped to deal with the real challenges they encounter on the job. Because we feel that every individual is unique and distinctive, we don’t apply a cookie-cutter methodology. We begin with a thorough diagnostic and planning process, then develop a customized program based on the specific needs of the individual and the organization.

It’s Lonely at the Top.

Nearly two-thirds of CEOs do not receive coaching or leadership advice from outside consultants or coaches, and almost half of senior executives are not receiving any either. What’s more interesting is 100% say they are receptive to making changes based on feedback. Of those that do receive coaching, 78% say that it was their own idea.

More than 200 CEOs, board directors, and senior executives of North American public and private companies were polled in the 2013 Executive Coaching Survey. The research studied what kind of leadership advice CEOs and their top executives are — and aren’t — receiving, and the skills that are being targeted for improvement.

The following areas were listed as biggest areas of personal development by CEOs and senior executives.

Sharing Leadership / Delegation0%
Conflict Management0%
Team Building0%
Developing Talent / Mentoring Skills0%

Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business


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