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"Executive Coaches are not for the meek. They're for people who value unambiguous feedback. If coaches have one thing in common, it's that they are ruthlessly results-oriented. Executive Coaching isn't therapy. It's product development, with you as the product."

 

- Fast Company

Being a Managing Director and Country Manager myself, I know and understand the challenges, the pressure to perform and the expectations placed upon you within the organisation, and in the public eye. As an executive, it is part of your job to accompany difficult transformation processes and to make uncomfortable decisions, especially when they have to be made against people in your team or managers. Maintaining confidence and creating trust will be crucial. Leadership is not about the what and the how, but the why and who.

Coaching Areas
1

Leadership in times of crisis

What is important? Where do you focus on? What is expected of you? What do you expect?

2

Accompanying during transformational times

Support during daily management topics and tasks (e.g. by shadowing) and accompanying during transformational times (e.g. new work, digitalisation)

3

Leadership style, leadership culture and communication

What is sustainable for your organization in times of change? How do you communicate in a way that employees are willing to understand and to follow?

4

New leadership roles

Managers stepping up into new leadership roles with higher responsibility (e.g. more divisions, higher number of employees, higher Budget/P&L, additional divisions, new countries).

5

Individual Transformation

Leadership during individual transformation:
yourself or others (outplacement/new placement).

Return on Invest

Creating tailor-made leadership concepts and tools

Leadership in times of crisis, conflict and under stress

Increasing confidence in your own leadership skills (keyword "innate intelligence")

Getting to know specific communication strategies producing positive changes

Improving employee/team loyalty and collaboration across the organization

Sharpening your management profile and management style

Improving interpersonal and communication skills, thus influencing within the organization

Optimizing approach in customer relationship management
(customer centric)

Improving relationships and performance within the organization