Life, Career and Executive Coaching Services

No matter how good you may already be, there’s always more to discover, explore and develop in yourself, your team, and other promising talents in your organization.

Sometimes, the difference between being good and being even better is just a few focused conversations that can nudge you and valued others to get there.

When is a good time to invest in your development through coaching?

Times when you want something more or something to be better in yourself and the situations you find yourself in. For example, you . . .

  • are a high-potential and want to strengthen specific leadership skills to accelerate your development
  • just got promoted and need to quickly get up to speed on what your boss expects of you
  • are a manager or executive and have a team struggling to achieve objectives and key results
  • are an entrepreneur who wants to be a better leader and develop your people so they can help grow your business
  • are a mid-life executive who wants something new and different in your life, but are not quite sure what
  • a freelancer and want to develop specific soft skills to make you more effective with your clients

However your situation may be different, you know you want something more or different, and can work with a thought partner in your journey.

Why engage a certified professional coach?

A certified professional coach is one who has trained to be one, continues to fine-tune her coaching skills through continuing education, and has a credential from a reputable global coaching organization like the International Coaching Federation (ICF). A professional coach puts your good as the no. 1 priority and is guided by ethical guidelines. An experienced professional coach is one who has at least a few years of experience coaching a broad range of clients such as high-potentials, managers, executives, entrepreneurs/business owners, and others.

What coaching program options can you start with?

Two options to consider are a 3-month program and a 6-month program. Considerations you may have are what you’d like to gain from the program, specific goals you’d like to achieve (or have yet to clarify), how long it might take to achieve these, and how much you plan to invest in yourself. If your company will sponsor you, then it would help to consider what your key stakeholders want to get out of the program. For example, if your boss is your coaching sponsor, what would she like for you to focus on for development during the program and why?

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