The new world of work needs a new type of leadership.
Leadership coaching has been available for decades. Yet organizations rarely used it, except as a crisis tool to help struggling leaders address specific issues.
So what has changed? Answer: everything. The world has changed.
It is more diverse, collaborative, globalized, pressured, unstable, and competitive than ever before.
Helping leaders embrace change.
In the new environment, leaders need to learn to embrace change and lead their teams through challenging times. They need to be adaptive and open to new ideas. They need to have the difficult conversations and inspire others to follow them into the unknown.
The good news ?
All of these abilities can be learned with executive coaching.
How it works
Effective coaching engagements are a marathon, not a sprint. Each will last for six months or longer, combining evidence-based research with individual coaching to help leaders devise and breathe life into their unique development goals.
Discover the best coaching experience.
I bring about change for leaders experiencing a wide range of challenges. I tailor my approach according to where you are and where you want to go.
The experience is grounded in personal goals: some people work on their imposter syndrome; others focus on building a culture of engagement and creating strong, accountable teams.
Whatever it may be, I will provide you with the framework to explore and grow across multiple dimensions in a safe, positive environment.
With a coach at your side, you can change the world.
It’s okay to be human and look for support to help you achieve better things in new ways.
Here’s what I bring to the coaching table:
Over 25 years of experience
10,000+ hours of executive coaching experience
Master Certified Coach status (the Olympic Gold of certifications)
Multi-licensed in 14 programs with access to world-leading assessment tools
Three decades of business savvy and people leadership
Rigor, science, support, challenge, and compassion in equal measure
”Who, exactly, seeks out a coach? If you ask a coach the answer is usually the same: Winners who want even more out of life.”
Abigail Pickus, 2000
Interested in working with me ?