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Areas of Focus for Executive Coaching

Though Executive Coaching covers many areas, there is always the constant dynamic of numerous working relationships. This in mind we devote primary focus to Corporate and Leadership Coaching. Depending on your position and company, your specific coaching program may also involve sales and transitional coaching. Especially if you have recently acquired a new position.

Corporate Coaching. Used to mediate, motivate and to alter or control the atmosphere within the corporation. This can be achieved through an individual executive or by bringing coaches to the company.

Leadership Coaching. The focus is on developing the management and leadership skills of an organizations high potential talent.  The main goal is to teach leadership skills and how to motivate employees to perform at peak performance.

Sales Coaching. Designed to teach individuals or companies sales skills. This coaching is more instructive in nature and sessions are often done in group settings.

Intra-personal Business Coach or Transformational Coaching is more personal or intimate in its approach. It specifically analyzes those aspects of the trainees’ behavior which hinder their effective performance. This includes overcoming fears (success, failure, speaking, attitude or personal challenges. A Licensed Counselor is key in this type of coaching.

Transition Coaching. Assisting individuals with life’s transitions. This would include individuals leaving jobs, changing jobs, divorce, starting a new business, or re-entering the workplace.

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    executive coaching10-16-2011

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