What a Great Coach Can Do For You
Does this sound like you?
- You are a committed leader who wants to move your organization forward.
- You know your employees’ and managers’ commitment and success is the way to do that.
- You want your subordinate managers and employees to feel the passion in their jobs like you do.
- Your organization has been through lots of changes. You are under a lot of stress.
- You feel like you don’t have time to delegate—so you take on too much yourself.
- You feel like you could use help for your subordinate managers, and someone to hold you and them accountable.
A great coach can make a huge difference in your organization’s success, both for individual leaders and with your teams.
With committed leadership and a great coach, you can see the difference in absenteeism, turnover of key talent, engagement and commitment of employees and manager, and attracting new talent. (All this affects your bottom line).
- I’ve been an executive and manager, and understand your challenges.
- I believe everyone has the capability of learning to be a better leader. I’ve seen it in my clients.
- I’ve learned why some businesses thrive, and some fail.
- I know why some teams gel and accomplish great things, and some don’t.
- I’ve seen why some leaders get off track, and what they can do about it.
- I’ve been through a lot of changes and understand that it is the hardest thing our businesses face, as well as the most necessary aspect of any business.
You can get better at delegating, managing and counseling difficult employees, and building great teams.
I can help you. Here are some of the ways I can help:
- Be an unbiased, outside, and totally confidential ally to help you set and achieve your goals.
- Help you develop individual and team work goals, and help you and your team stay accountable.
- Help you learn to set expectations with direct reports and convey those expectations to get support.
- Build trust among teams and employees.
- Learn to delegate more effectively, thus giving them more time to lead.
- Learn to deal with disgruntled employees
- Learn to listen to context as well as content, and thus improve relationships and team health.
- Provide alternate dispute resolution to avoid grievances
- Deal with stressful organizational changes
- Help you navigate your dealings with your own manager
How Do We Do This?
We begin with what you want to accomplish. I have a variety of instruments to help you. (360 degree assessments, Tri-Level Leadership Model, etc.)
- In-person or on the phone: especially good for managers that travel a lot.
- E-mail/phone access between sessions.
- Total discretion among those being coached.