Executive coaching can enable you to become an even more effective leader than you already are, to develop your career – and to sustain the changes you create. My coaching clients achieve a range of results, including:
- improving their working relationships
- stepping up to a new level of leadership
- delivering the larger objectives they’ve been tasked with
- creating a re-focus in their careers
- getting more return from their teams.
You may want to raise your performance to a higher level, or you may feel that you have more to give but that something’s in the way. Equally you could be experiencing reluctance to deliver in an area you need to be effective in, and you may be not be delivering what you are really capable of. You may be looking to invigorate or find direction in your career or to work more effectively across cultures.
My approach at LWL is to facilitate you to discover the insights, skills and tools you need to develop your leadership or refocus your career and, in turn, to positively impact your organisational performance level and results. My perspective will always be you as a whole person, the systems you’re part of and what’s behind the objective or discomfort you bring. How I work and what you can expect from your coaching sessions are described in more detail here.
You may find the outcomes of coaching result in subtle or unexpected changes. Sometimes clients even say they are life-changing.
Clients who work with me say that they:
- Tap in more fully to their capabilities – so they become more effective and resourceful at achieving the outcomes they want
- Think freshly and clearly, from new perspectives – so they feel safe enough to think riskily and create new solutions
- Discover what helps them and what hinders them – so they’re better able to make well-grounded decisions and judgments
- Create and sustain productive working relationships – so they are more impactful and drive their careers and their organisations forward sustainably.
The outcomes of my coaching tend to cluster in three areas of change: