Executive and Leadership Coaching

Nearly 60% of companies face leadership talent shortages which impede performance

Sue Ashford and Scott DeRue, Harvard Business Review

What are you doing to invest in your leadership talent and help them focus on results?

Whether it be coaching your executives or your high potential leaders, you want a ROI on the time and money invested and your leaders want to grow and know that they are contributing to the growth of the business.

Executive Coaching is a powerful means of stretching and growing your leaders with customised one-on-one development to enable delivery on key business objectives whilst developing their leadership capability to build a strong, positive culture.

Executive Coaching is most effective when there are clear and transparent business objectives defined at the outset which are directly linked to the business strategy.

“Skin in the game

Alongside business objectives, it is crucial to the success of any coaching program, that the coaching client determines what they personally want to achieve as a result of the coaching and how this will help them on both a professional and personal level.

Tailored specifically to the individual coaching client, our Executive and Leadership Coaching Programs operate as a partnership between the coaching client and the coach. At the outset, the client’s organisational sponsor (usually their manager and/or HR business partner) provide input and direction for the coaching program alongside  the coaching client’s desired coaching outcomes.

At the commencement of any coaching program, Key Focus Areas are agreed, and revisited throughout the program to track and measure progress. Executive Coaching is a powerful and focussed means of furthering the success of an individual in their current role or in preparation for a new role.

“While a good leader sustains momentum, a great leader increases it

John C. Maxwell

Face to Face or Telephone Coaching

Distance is no barrier when using telephone coaching. We also offer high quality telephone or virtual ‘face to face’ coaching to our clients as we know it is not always possible to be in the same place at the same time as your coach.

If top sportsmen and elite sporting teams recognise that the best way to improve is to rely on an experienced and professional coach, then why is it any different in business? I have certainly grown as a manager and leader and the change is recognised by colleagues. More importantly the business is more focused thanks to strategies discussed and then employed in day to day management.

Michael Kenny, CEO Royal Agricultural Society