"…anyone is capable of changing if they have the intrinsic motivation to do so. I help people understand this and act upon it."
- Marshall Goldsmith, Executive Coach, Speaker, Author, Educator
My key role as a coach is to partner with you for positive transformational change. It is a dynamic process that involves the interaction between your environment and who you are. I provide a structure, a safe space, and support for you to achieve your desired outcomes. Designing with you a process to best meet your needs keeps you in a fully capable position of directing your efforts and owning the results of your work. It is my responsibility to ask questions, create awareness, challenge, reveal, and hold attention to the change you want.
This partnership can build on strengths and address liabilities. It can discover something entirely new that neither one of us knew when we started. It is always my intention to bring out the best in you and celebrate your wins. A successful engagement is characterized by a good “fit” between us that creates trust so you can make discoveries and choices for the positive and transformational changes that achieve your desired outcomes.
Typical Types of Engagements:
High potential coaching
For individuals who are rising in their leadership roles and want to accelerate results and develop leadership competencies.
On Boarding coaching
For individuals who are in new positions in new organizations. Focuses on the first three to 12 months of priorities, relationships, performance expectations, and challenges.
For individuals who have been promoted and face new challenges, responsibilities, and opportunities
For individuals and teams who desire growth in specific areas. Can focus on building on strengths, addressing liabilities, overcoming barriers for continued achievement, etc.
For individuals and teams with a specific challenge or opportunity. This is typically more laser-focused coaching which may or may not move into additional areas.
Position Change Coaching
For individuals who find themselves through reorganization, expansion, merger, etc. in a new role. Focuses on meeting new responsibilities, expectations, relationship dynamics, and performance gaps.
For individuals seeking a change in organization or career. Focuses on a matrix of factors related to finding the new “best fit”.
For teams desiring to reach higher levels of effectiveness or address specific barriers for success. Focus is determined by the desired outcome of the team and a process is created in partnership with the team and its leader.