​Cheryl Procter-Rogers (CPR)
is passionate about assisting busy C-Suite executives, high potentials and entrepreneurs in corporations, higher education institutions and national ​nonprofits remain a step ahead and build high-performing teams. She also provides career-saving "CPR" to individuals whose forward progress has stalled or stopped.Contact Cheryl if you:


  • Need a safe and efficient environment to explore and address key development areas.


  • ​Want to build essential skills identified by assessments, peer feedback, or poor performance through one-on-one or group coaching.

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  • Are moving through critical career transitions (promotions, new functions, new responsibilities or function). Coaching can be used to effectively shorten the learning curve in new positions. It is particularly useful in reducing the number of failed assignments, increasing employee satisfaction, decreasing stress, and improving productivity.

  • Want to manage your time more effectively to create work, life balance.


  • Want to partner with an executive coach with extensive communications and management experience to co-create a development plan and be held accountable for meaningful and sustained behavior change. Cheryl provides follow-up coaching solutions that include leadership development and time management activities, stretch assignments and she uses coaching to impact performance on-the-job.


  • need a facilitator to help resolve workplace conflicts and team dynamics.

For information on our Coaching Process and what you can expect, click here.


Some Facts About Executive Coaching:


  • Annual spending on coaching for individuals and corporations in the US is estimated at roughly 1 billion dollars.  It is the second fastest growing industry across the world, second only to technology.


  • 95% of organizations that use coaching have increased their utilization of coaching over the past five years and not one of them have decreased their annual investment suggesting that they have found increasing value over time.


  • In a 2004 survey by Right Management consultants, 86 percent of companies said they used coaching to sharpen skills of individuals who have been identified as future organizational leaders. When asked for a conservative estimate of monetary payoff from coaching they got…managers described an average return of 500 – 700 percent of what the coaching had cost their companies.

To learn more about the coaching process click here.


Want to know what coaching is all about?  To arrange for a free, no obligation 30-minute coaching session, click here.



Coaching

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CPR Shares How to Stay "A Step Ahead" and How Coaching Can Help.(audio)

​“Whenever I’m overwhelmed, CPR’s coaching style instantly creates an encouraging, sensitive and caring place for me to take a breath.  And then, with her intuitive, laser sharp focus, she allows me space to create clarity--that empowers me to cut through the clutter in my life and take charge, re-energized.” 
-– Terrie M. Williams, entrepreneur, author, speaker