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How Coaching Can Help Your Business

tlgcoach-logoDoes your company need a jump-start? Is revenue low, morale declining, and your leadership tactics no longer making an impact? This may be the perfect time to look into leadership coaching.

A good executive coaching program should do more than just set you up with a speaker reading over a PowerPoint presentation. Team up your senior leaders with a good corporate coaching program, and you could be discussing fostering relationships, building strategy, and improving revenue and communications all while engaging in productive activity. It’s easy to connect in an environment where you can be creative, and think outside the box.

I focus on Transformative Leadership Development as a core for growth. A good leadership system can make all the difference in your organization. It effects; communication, connection, human performance, accountability, delivery, and measurement. A one-on-one approach and a program that is tailored to suit your organization’s specific needs is the best choice in executive coaching.

There are a few important things to consider if you want to engage in an executive coaching program.

1.) Look for a coach that will provide you with more than just a speaker. You want to be paired up with someone who will be a trusted adviser to you as your organization grows and changes. The coach’s goal should be to make each of their clients strive to be the best they can be, through productive challenges and objective evaluation.

2.) Also, a good coaching program will include industry consultants to provide expert advice in some technical areas. Talk to your consultant about the specific goals you want your leadership program to meet. Every business or organization needs direction in a different area or department.

3.)Ensure your coach is flexible in terms of times that they work with your teams or managers.  They should also be available by various communication means, allowing your staff to work comfortably and effectively with the coach.

4.)The coach should understand the privacy agreements that must be adhered to and if you are a manager paying for the service, understand the position the coach must support to ensure confidentiality.  In the end, you are looking for increased productivity and engagement which means you may have to limit the demands for details of discussions.

This are some of the elements that make a one-on-one coaching program so unique; you work on meeting goals where your company needs it the most. Our programs are meant to be flexible and focused on success rather than just process improvement, even though this is a by-product of the sessions.

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