You’re smart, ambitious and great at what you do. You love to learn and are always looking for ways to innovate. But recently you’ve been feeling off your game. Maybe it was an organizational change or personal setback. Regardless, you’re ready to get back on track. You have a big vision and big goals that you want to achieve this year, but you know that what’s worked before isn’t going to work now. You’re looking for some focus, to feel excited about work again, and someone to challenge your old attitudes and perceptions that are keeping you stressed and stuck. That’s where I come in.
There’s a lot of emphasis placed on professional and personal development and for good reason! It allows us to make changes, to be challenged, and find happiness in our careers and lives. But the thing is that we get the development formula wrong. We believe if we just do something different, we’ll get different results. As a society we’re obsessed with “doing” and so the first question people tend to ask themselves when wanting to achieve a goal or make a change is “what is it that I need to do?” These efforts might bring us some success for a short period of time but eventually we end up feeling stuck and like we haven’t made much progress.
I believe, the question we should really be asking ourselves is “who is it that I want to be?”
When you are crystal clear on who you are, and more importantly, who you are becoming the “what” or action comes effortlessly!
I use a unique process to help my clients solidify their vision, understand their unique success formula, identify their stress triggers and work to remove them, and create the habits that lead to positive, sustainable business results as well as personal satisfaction and fulfillment.
Through coaching, you’ll go from being overwhelmed, overtired, overworked to having a healthy relationship with your calendar, yourself, and the people around you so that you can show up to the office with energy, be engaged with your work and your team, and sit down to do the big picture thinking.
And in turn, you’ll lead a team that has clear goals and straight priorities so they’re no longer spinning their wheels figuring out what will make you happy as a boss, put customers back in the spotlight so they feel your focus on them, and boost company culture with happier employees in alignment with the organization's goals.
As a result of coaching, you'll be able to:
Ready to take the next step in both your personal and professional worlds? Let's talk. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You'll begin by taking the Energy Leadership Index Assessment, a one of a kind assessment that measures your attitude and perceptions about what it takes to be a good leader. Unlike other assessments that measure personality traits or communication styles with the intent of helping you “work with what you have” this assessment simply gives you a snapshot of where you are, shows you what’s possible, and provides a framework for you to reach that untapped potential.
Our first session will include a 90 minute assessment debrief which will help you identify and decide on your big vision goals for the program. Then, we'll break those big goals down into smaller, more achievable and less overwhelming ones. Not sure what you really want? Most people don’t. We’ll start by answering that question together.
From there we will meet virtually, about 60 minutes, every other week for 3-6 months. In every coaching session, we measure progress against program goals, roadmap, and action items from the previous session.