Success for an executive depends on two things – bringing out the best in people and making good decisions. Effective leaders learn to bring out the best in people. Executive Coaching and Leadership Development help executives do just that by honing their emotional intelligence competencies and strengthening their executive presence. A leadership development program starts with an Emotional Intelligence Assessment to identify leadership strengths and weaknesses, followed by a period of executive coaching, customized to enhance leadership effectiveness and executive presence. Most executives are intelligent, experienced, and have good judgment. But without the benefit of outside perspective and an unbiased sounding board, the best solution is often missed – and a wrong decision can be costly. Executive Coaching – and specifically Strategic Coaching – helps executives reach better decisions faster. A professional Executive Coach offers fresh perspective and objective assessment without ulterior motive or agenda. My unique way of thinking allows me to help my clients reach better decisions faster.
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