Leadership coaching supports high-performing leaders and organizers to speed their development, improve skills and achieve specific goals.
You can expect to see concrete development, improvement and change through the coaching process. Coaching is designed to be short-term, rather than a long commitment.
Conducted through 1 to 1 confidential conversations and an optional series of assessments, the staff person participating in coaching decides the subject matter. The coach helps clarify thinking, provide feedback, encourage accountability and action, and provide tools, context and information designed to support the participant’s growth.
The coaching relationship is collaborative: both coach and coachee bring expertise to the process; the coachee is expert on themselves and ways are in the world, the coach is expert on ways the coaching relationship can facilitate their development.