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Executive Coaching


Possibility lies at the edge of your perception

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Executive Coaching


Possibility lies at the edge of your perception

What is Executive Coaching?

Executive Coaching is oriented around an individual’s effectiveness in the workplace. People find themselves in managerial roles because they’re talented at what they do, though often, they have not received the training necessary to lead a group effectively. An Executive Coach helps the coachee uncover his or her strengths and weaknesses, and provides the tools and insight necessary to achieve successful leadership.

What does Executive Coaching look like?

An Executive Coach will first help the individual identify the challenges he or she face at work.  Together, they will develop his or her own ‘leadership philosophy’ that both compliments and supports the individual’s strengths and weaknesses. By asserting this philosophy, the individual will learn to work and lead others more effectively and productively.

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Personal Coaching


 

 

Personal Coaching


 

 

What is Personal Coaching?

Mary’s philosophy is that everyone already knows what he or she wants, it’s just about uncovering that desire and getting on the right path to get there. Whether it involves relationship, work, or simply self-discovery, a personal coach helps identify the space between where the person is, and where they want to be – and then coaching that gap.

What does Personal Coaching look like?

The first step of personal coaching is determining an individual’s goal. This is done through precise and effective questioning, such as: ‘What do you really want?’ and ‘What might be getting in your way?’ When the goal is uncovered, the coach helps the individual develop a plan to get there, keeping them aligned with that goals along the way. 

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Organizational Development


 

 

Organizational Development


 

 

What is Organizational Development?

Organizational Development focuses on team dynamics within a larger organization, and raises an individual’s awareness of how their own strengths and weaknesses effect and contribute to the team as a whole. By viewing the team as one unit, problem points within that unit can be identified. Common issues include ineffective communication or leadership, and unidentified or unresolved conflict.

What does Organizational Development look like?

Using ‘action research’ - interviews and assessments with all members of the team -  the facilitator forms a diagnosis as to where the unit has problem points. By developing a training program customized for the team, the necessary skills can be taught and honed, ultimately leading to higher productivity and higher positivity.