HOW CAN EXECUTIVE COACHING SUPPORT MY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT?
Executive coaching can be most successful during times of transition. As Marshall Goldsmith said in his seminal work on coaching – “what got you here, won’t get you there.” If you're at a point in your job, career or education where moving forward to a more successful future requires some hard work and a change in behavior, executive coaching can be a valuable resource.
Maybe you just got a promotion – now you’re managing a global team after a successful career as an individual contributor. Or perhaps you have extensive experience as a senior leader, but employee morale is low and you need to work on improving employee engagement. Or maybe you finally landed that dream job which is now going to put you in front of C-Suite executives on a regular basis. How does your current communication style need to flex for you to be influential, and, ultimately, successful? Are you ready to enhance your current position, start a job search or contemplate a career transition?
Executive coaching can support you during these times of transition in your professional life. From a motivational perspective, you should be eager to be stretched and you should be open to change. You should be prepared to participate in a journey where you will continue to be in charge. Successful coaching can be done in person, virtually or by phone.
My focus for coaching is executives, attorneys and other senior leaders who need to move the ball forward in some way, shape or form. I work with clients who are seeking change or growth in their professional lives. I'm uniquely qualified with a deep understanding of how corporations view, evaluate and groom executive talent. Let me help you define and develop your talent brand.
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