If you have an executive, director, manager, or supervisor who is struggling to effectively LEAD the business unit, coaching is a proven methodology to solidify leadership skills.
Coaches work their clients towards specific professional goals such as:
- Career Transition
- Interpersonal & Professional Communication
- Performance Management
- Organizational Effectiveness
- Managing Career & Personal Changes
- Developing Executive Presence
- Enhancing Strategic Thinking
- Dealing Effectively with Conflict
- building an effective team within an organization
Coached leaders are said to have increased motivation and better clarity in their day-to-day responsibilities. The work atmosphere is improved and the relationships between the coached leader and his/her team are stronger and more cohesive.
What company couldn’t benefit from their management team achieving strategic goals, reducing communication mis-steps, decreasing customer service complaints and increasing bottom-line profitability?
“The coaching structure was set to perfect intervals for me to get the most benefit from the insight and constructive learning experience. My coach was great and we did not have to stick to a specific agenda – so as situations arose, we were able to talk through them which was more helpful than just the material and homework. I continue to evolve in my leadership role both with my immediate staff and management as well as the additional personnel. I have become more effective and believe it has had a direct effect on our site performance. The ability to bounce ideas, concerns, problems, communication issues, trust issues, and many other things off someone who could not only relate to me individually but in my role as GM of a manufacturing plant and the dynamics that creates.” Paula Castellano, GKN Aerospace, Monitor, Amityville New York
Retaining good talent and moving your organization forward are beneficial for you and your customer.
Call CMD today for a complimentary discussion of your needs and goals.
Gerald Graham 1-316-706-8346 email@example.com
Paula Seiwert 1-316-978-5144 firstname.lastname@example.org
Coaching is not telling people what to do; it’s giving them a chance to examine what they are doing in light of their intentions.” (Source: James Flaherty “Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others”)