Why Leadership Coaching?

Productivity 53% 

Quality 48%

Interpersonal Skills 77% 

Teamwork 67% 

Organizational Strength 48%

Customer Service 39%

Retaining Executives 32%

Job Satisfaction 61%

Conflict Reduction 52%

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Fortune 1000 companies

report these coaching results:

But I Don't Have The Time!

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  • You are RIGHT!  You don't have any more time to waste. 

  • Quit spending time tossing and turning at night, worrying about employees, your next career move, and wondering how to take the next step.

      Invest in yourself.

Frequently Asked Questions

But, what if my title isn't leader or manager?


ANYONE that is willing to put in the "work" to increase awareness and respond accordingly will benefit from coaching. We believe that EVERYONE is a leader - at work, at home, in the community. Wherever you are, you are leading.




How do we connect?


We can use Zoom, text, phone, Skype. Whatever works best for you - or a combination of ALL.




What about confidentiality?


Confidentiality is crucial to the coaching relationship. Your trust is highly valued and protected. We abide by the International Federation of Coaching (ICF) Code of Ethics. As an ICF Professional, I:
1. Explain and ensure that, prior to or at the initial meeting, my coaching Client(s) and Sponsor(s) understand the nature and potential value of coaching, the nature and limits of confidentiality, financial arrangements, and any other terms of the coaching agreement. 2. Create an agreement/contract regarding the roles, responsibilities and rights of all parties involved with my Client(s) and Sponsor(s) prior to the commencement of services. 3. Maintain the strictest levels of confidentiality with all parties as agreed upon. I am aware of and agree to comply with all applicable laws that pertain to personal data and communications. 4. Have a clear understanding about how information is exchanged among all parties involved during all coaching interactions. 5. Have a clear understanding with both Clients and Sponsors or interested parties about the conditions under which information will not be kept confidential (e.g., illegal activity, if required by law, pursuant to valid court order or subpoena; imminent or likely risk of danger to self or to others; etc.). Where I reasonably believe one of the above circumstances is applicable, I may need to inform appropriate authorities. 6. When working as an Internal Coach, manage conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest with my coaching Clients and Sponsor(s) through coaching agreement(s) and ongoing dialogue. This should include addressing organizational roles, responsibilities, relationships, records, confidentiality and other reporting requirements. 7. Maintain, store and dispose of any records, including electronic files and communications, created during my professional interactions i n a manner that promotes confidentiality, security and privacy and complies with any applicable laws and agreements. Furthermore, I seek to make proper use of emerging and growing technological developments that are being used in coaching services (technology-assisted coaching services) and be aware how various ethical standards apply to them.




What is the coaching process like?


We start each coaching session with a comprehensive interview - a getting to know you session. We develop an understanding of you, your life stories, and your underlying operating system in a short period of time. Then, we begin to help you think about your situation in new ways. Almost always, these "new ways of thinking" are already something you suspect might be a better alternative. Coaching gives you a nudge to keep looking deeper. We ask questions, we assign homework, and use other methods of guiding you to tap into your unique potential. You begin to see more clearly and start to make SHIFTS in behaviors and you experience new outcomes.




How is coaching different from training?


Traditional training occurs online or in a classrom. Most often, it is transferring knowledge of one type or another. Coaching, while it contains elements of training, is focused more on practical application of knowledge. Coaching takes a deeper look into how you can enhance what you know, and uncovers roadblocks to implementation. Coaching is only effective if you are willing to engage ALL of yourself in the process. With training you may be able to check-the-box that you completed it. With coaching, you only are done when you have integrated and implemented. There is a much higher level of involvement and ongoing accountability. Coaching takes you to real-time, rubber-meets-the-road implementation. The deeper the dive, the more dramatic your results.




I am a business with several employees I would like to run through your program. What is the process for working with a business?


We would meet initially to see how many high potential employees you want to engage and what their specific needs are. In this case, we would work together to provide a program that meets your company needs and budget. I would customize a special program with you to make it WORK.




What about social distancing? Can we meet in person if local, outside or somewhere with a lot of room?


Absolutely. Although I am building the business around delivering results remotely via Skype, Zoom, and other platforms, I am more than happy to meet in person if someone is local and prefers in person.




Do the sessions have to line up exactly to 3,6,and 9 months? Can they be spread out if necessary?


I will be as flexible as possible, but in order to accomodate everyones schedule, I need to stay as close to the timing as possible.