Along with the leaders, executives and senior-level professionals who retain my leadership and executive coaching services, you share these characteristics.
Three or six months from today, what difference will leadership and executive coaching, and specifically our working together have made? For you? Your team? On your key objectives?
In order to gain the benefits of an executive coach, take some time to reflect on your current situation, and what it is that you’d actually like to work on.
I’ll answer any questions you have.
Most of the leaders I serve retain my executive coaching services when they know they are at a crossroad and must address the following ...
Let's minimize those things that lead to overload and burnout.
Let's elevate those things that sustain contribution and achievement.
One things is for sure. You still need to keep things moving forward, but it’s tough. A hard, sometimes toxic, mix of situations, people, and expectations have left you feeling drained.
As experienced a leader as you are, you may feel like you are dealing with some significant stress, maybe even on the edge of burnout.
I invite you to connect to discuss what's possible. I've professionally coached in this type of situation for over 25 years. Sometimes one conversation changes everything.
Whether you work and lead within:
I am noted for zeroing in quickly to help you clarify and act on those few things which make the biggest difference in moving you and your priorities forward. That's important when you might find yourself under significant pressure.
After many years and many thousands of hours of personal coaching, strategic planning work and client success, I understand how to help committed individuals regain and increase their capacity to work and lead through those more challenging periods.
A perfect example of toggling between problems and solutions occurred as I provided healthcare executive coaching during the Covid pandemic. I had the privilege of providing coaching support to a number of healthcare executives during that time.
To say they were strained almost sounds like an understatement now. Coaching made a difference during a difficult few years. You can read a little more of that story here.
A large percentage of my clients identify as Christian leaders, executives or senior-level professionals.
Some are able to be very public about their Christian beliefs.
Most work in settings where their private faith informs their public behavior and thinking.
Every one of my clients wants to be sincerely living out the positive characteristics of a Christian leader to a watching world that longs for their public and private leaders to "walk the talk."
All bring passion and high-level contribution to their work.
Whether you work in a secular or faith-based setting, we will custom design coaching to address your unique situation. I have no difficulty working in either setting. More information.
Perhaps like never before, navigating leadership in 2024 will pose new challenges that will necessitate Christian executives taking advantage of coaching and support.
Often, individuals are sponsored by their company or organization for leadership and executive coaching. While I've worked with leaders from many sectors, they have one thing in common ... they HAVE to keep doing their job and bringing in the results.
Hopefully your organization will be interested in seeing you do well. Having said that, most executive coaching clients are paying their own coaching fees when it comes to dealing with overload and burnout. Simply, they want to keep it confidential.
I provide support. I work with leaders, executives and professionals privately and confidentially. The support is personal, live and full of care and understanding. I'm not working from theory. I've been there and understand what's going on. Let's explore how I might be of service to you. Contact me here.