Strategies Designed to Ensure You're A Step Ahead

Cognitive flexibility, innovation and creativity can often be particularly important and leadership coaching can help. Are you ready for a coaching relationship? Here are some thought starters:

  • I have made a personal commitment to grow and change.
  • I am ready to experiment with new approaches and to try different ways of doing things.
  • I am willing to see myself as others see me.
  • I am willing to change or eliminate any self-defeating behaviors that limit my success.
  • I am willing to set aside the time to do the work required for change.
  • I believe a coach will help me reach my goals over time, by holding me accountable for the actions we co-create.
  • This is the right time in my life for coaching.
  • I am willing to be vulnerable with my coach.
  • I am excited about my life after the change happens.
  • I am willing to invest the energy and money in the coaching process.
  • We begin with a 30-minute confidential coaching conversation to discover if we're a good fit.
  • If we proceed, we execute an agreement and settle on fees and terms of payment.
  • We commit to a fixed period of time, usually of  3-6 months.  Of course, there are times when leaders need to develop skills and get results immediately.  In this case, we offer situational coaching services.
  • Goals for the coaching engagement are established in the first coaching session.
  • The coaching engagement typically includes one-hour calls or internet meetings per month, as well as email check-ins and occasional phone check-ins as necessary to review progress.
  • All conversations are confidential, including the initial 30-minute exploration conversation.​
  • If this sounds like the right coaching approach for you, please click the button below to schedule a virtual 30-minute complimentary coaching session.


The International Coach Federation defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. 


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Change is now a constant and that requires a workforce of change agents and a creative and resourceful culture. To successfully navigate this terrain, senior executives must create a vision for the future, manage risks, challenge assumptions and embrace change as the new normal. Throughout scholarly literature, it is noted that change is a critical driver of organizational success. It is the responsibility of the senior executive team to implement change strategies and model the behaviors and values required to support the vision. Often this is accomplished in an environment that is volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA).

Coaching is one of the fastest growing professions around the world. It is a relatively young profession where trained individuals work with a leader who is experiencing difficulty working toward their goals or some behaviors and/or habits they would like to change.

Unlike therapy, consulting or mentoring, the coach does not tell the leader what to do, nor does the coach delve into their past as a therapist does. Similar to those other disciplines, the coach empowers the leader by asking powerful questions that bring new awareness and insights to create breakthroughs for new possibilities to move forward from where he or she is currently stuck. The coach serves as a sounding board and provides perspective on what is being shared. Together, they create actions to drive change towards the leader’s goals. If both agree, the coach may hold the coachee accountable for any action plans.