A successful executive must be proficient at a variety of leadership skills. However, the fundamental skills of strategic planning and problem solving must be fully developed to maximize the executive’s professional and personal success and the organization’s effectiveness. We can help you master these leadership skills through our coaching program.

Strategic Planning

Problems and challenges in our business and personal lives come with the territory. How we deal with them is what’s important.

Sometimes you may feel stuck and overwhelmed, that you’re not managing your time wisely or not seeing things strategically, having trouble making decisions, or majoring in minor things.

On occasion, you might feel isolated because of a lack of depth in your management team or not feel comfortable to talk to someone in your business about a problem or opportunity.

Sometimes we see businesses with no strategic plan. More often we see businesses with a strategic plan that does not reflect current business conditions or that’s not clear or practical enough to implement. These situations can result in key executives and employees not being in alignment with the goals, objectives and direction of the business, creating wasted resources and reduced profitability.

Problem Solving

Since problems and challenges in our business and personal lives is a given, why not be at your best when solving them? We’ve looked at the 30 most common challenges that can get in your way and created a framework for working through each of these situations. Each has proven to be an enormous help to business leaders and others who are interested in improving the key facets of their lives.

Following are examples of many of those common problems that we can help you sort out and deal with effectively:

  • Developing a strategic plan
  • Implementing your strategic plan
  • Updating your strategic plan so that it reflects current circumstances and is more practical to implement
  • Improving on how you execute your initiatives
  • Dealing with overwhelm and juggling too many priorities
  • Managing your time and choosing priorities effectively
  • Getting better at delegating
  • Becoming more comfortable managing people
  • Communicating better with your team and helping them to be more effective
  • Figuring out how to get more accountability from
    your team
  • Developing a succession plan in anticipation of the retirement of the founder
  • Improving your leadership presence and effectiveness
  • Resolving conflict with a colleague that has been difficult to deal with
  • Improving your relationships with some of the people you work with
  • Correcting a certain behavior that you have been told is hurting your performance
  • Fostering more collaboration up, down, across, and outside the organization
  • Working on changing some limiting beliefs that are keeping you from being more effective
  • Being more proactive with your advisory board of directors
  • Developing a stronger advisory board or board of directors
  • Refining systems and processes for your business

Executive Coaching

We specialize in coaching leaders, executives and managers to plan strategically, solve problems and make better decisions. We also educate and train up-and-coming business leaders.

Good coaching produces important insights, clarity and focus that will help you make better decisions that translate into improved performance and other valuable outcomes and results.

Most of our executive coaching is done in a personalized and confidential, one-on-one setting. Even though you may already be highly functioning and successful, from time to time most executives and leaders need support and accountability to perform even better. Private coaching sessions are a personal, effective and confidential way to obtain that support.

We have great credentials, relevant experience, lots of success and the right attitude to get the job done and help you get great results. Our cumulative years of real world experience, successful tools and proven processes is what further distinguishes us, and adds depth to our practice .

“Good Management is the art of making problems so interesting and their solutions so constructive that everyone wants to get to work and deal with them.”
— Paul Hawken