Just got awarded the next level of accreditation with The Association for Coaching with some of the following feedback. Thank you. I am happy to see this reflected in my
Leadership coaching is a process in which I start working with clients to help them develop the skills and knowledge needed to be effective leaders. This includes communication, decision-making, problem-solving, and strategic thinking. I also help executives as a leader explore their own values and goals, and how they align with the organization’s mission and vision.
In order to assist my clients in better understanding themselves and their leadership styles, I use my expertise in coaching, NLP, and counseling. Furthermore, I help my clients identify areas for improvement, set goals, and develop action plans.
In addition to providing support and guidance, I help my clients implement the changes they want.
In a recent instance, I was asked to help a manager of a large team of 100 improve his leadership skills. I started by assessing the executive’s current leadership skills and identifying areas for improvement. Next, I worked with the executive to set specific goals, such as improving team morale, increasing cross-departmental communication, and successfully leading a major project.
I provided the executive with tools and strategies for effective leadership, such as active listening, effective communication, and conflict resolution. The executive also practiced these skills through role-playing and other interactive exercises.
As the executive works to achieve his goals, I provided feedback and support to help him stay on track while also working with him to help identify any limiting beliefs or patterns of behaviors that may be holding him back and help him overcome them.
Finally, we worked together to establish a plan for maintaining the progress after the coaching engagement ended, such as scheduling regular check-ins and creating an action plan for continued development.