Q. What is coaching, and when or why do I need it?
A: Coaching is for people who want more from their business and/or personal lives. Coaching helps you define and achieve larger, more rewarding goals.
Almost every successful executive has retained a coach throughout his or her career. In coaching, you will discuss issues or challenges going forward, develop strategies of execution, learn new powerful tools, then begin the journey. The coach gives guidance and support weekly or bi-weekly while helping the client's big goals advance. The coach holds the objective space for the transformational
process–ensuring the client's accountability, clarity and confidence.
Q. Are you doing workshops virtually?
A: We have pivoted to 100% virtual and all workshops in our catalog have an excellent virtual version available.
Hot topics include:
Virtual Engagement (how to create and drive this in meetings and presentations)
Small-group facilitation (this allows the group to drive the conversation based on need and the facilitator works through whatever leadership/communication issues are happening - largely driven by the changes COVID19 has brought about)
Influencing with DISC
Q. Who are your typical clients?
A: We work in high-tech, biotech, pharma, government, and more. Startups, medium-size companies, large companies, service organizations.
Q. What is the most common theme you coach on?
A: We have clients who come to us for coaching on career maintenance/advancement, executive presence, public speaking, colleague interpersonal issues, work/life balance, and more. We have executive teams that come to understand how the teams work together best and to understand different styles and the motivations behind behavior. By far "Communication" is what we coach most: How to successfully influence or lead others, understand others, speak in public, or truly connect with others at home and work. Communication is at the core of everything we do; we integrate several tools that our clients can take with them after the 1:1 or workshop coaching process. Effective communication is a part of a necessary foundation for pleasant, effective, and successful interactions.
Q. What is Neuroscience Executive Coaching exactly?
A: The last few decades have brought forth vast amounts of information regarding how the brain works (neuroscience) along with advanced imaging technologies resulting in more research studies (and 'proof') than ever before. This incredibly rich information can't help but change the way executive coaches view leadership. Neuro Scientific Executive Coaching uses traditional coaching tools and takes advantage of what we know about brain psychology to enhance or modify memory and behavior, helping our 1:1, team or webinar clients achieve their goals.