Coaching provides a framework of support to connect with what is most important, and to take action. Coaching can be applied
to all areas of an individual's personal and professional life. It also creates powerful results within an organization by
strengthening leadership, increasing productivity and effectiveness, and building healthy teams.
Individual Coaching is confidential and safe. Topics can include career, health, relationships with family, friends and partners, finances, and personal development.
It starts with
an initial session for the coach and client to design their relationship with each other. They also begin to clarify
the client's values, issues, and goals. Then coaching calls take
place each week for fifty minutes, with additional check-ins and emails as needed. The focus is always on the client's self-discovery, satisfaction, and accomplishment of what matters most in their life
& Executive Coaching for profit, nonprofit, and public sector leaders is directed at developing and
applying the skills and competencies of leadership. This, in
turn, strengthens the organization. The partnership between the coach and leader can be designed in a variety of ways. It
can consist of conversations that coach and mentor the leader
in order to strengthen both leadership and practical management skills, and provide a "behind-the-scenes" ally.
It can also expand to include consulting services in order to
develop and support initiatives that build the organization.
Group Coaching builds the strength of the
members, and a new community. This type of coaching is also effective to develop collaborative and effective teams in the workplace.
Consulting extends the philosophy
of coaching to bring an organization to a better place. It is essential to understand the interpersonal dynamics within an organization in order to build trust. Then, it becomes possible
to set meaningful goals, develop the plans to achieve them, build the capacity of the organization for success, and achieve
sustainable results. Increasing effectiveness, refining infrastructure, managing a transition, or developing additional financial
resources can all be areas of focus. In addition, in the nonprofit
sector, initiatives can include volunteer recruitment and management, program design and refinement, community outreach and
marketing, and board development and training for fund-raising.
Collaboration involves situations where the coach works in partnership
with the staff or board of an organization. Working on-site, hand-in-hand with the leadership and staff, coaching skills contribute
to thoughtful and inclusive discussions, and mentoring skills apply the knowledge and experience of the coach to the process
Interim Executive Leadership
bridges the time between leaders where there is a departure of the head of an organization, and can ensure that the transfer
of information and the readiness of staff members for new leadership are addressed appropriately. This also allows for a skilled
and impartial review of the health and stability of the organization, which can lead to the design and implementation of measures
that are needed for improvement.
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