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Individual Coaching works from a perspective of:

An integral coaching model – taking a full-person, wholistic approach toward personal awareness as a highly effective leader and team contributor.

Virtual and in-person across the spectrum – new supervisors, mid-level managers, and executives in the “C-Suite” –

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Deeply listening to core beliefs, values, issues, and self-talk

Co-creating the changes you want to incorporate into your work

Developing a set of strategies and techniques to integrate the change

Providing on-going support for the sustainability of change

Examples of Individual Coaching:

  1. An Assistant City Manager Caught in the Middle – As assistant city manager has been trying to help two staff people work through their conflict. He’s gotten too in the middle of the conflict and doesn’t know how to get out.
  2. How to Be a Leader and Support the Office Manager – A judge is having difficulty defining her role as the “leader” of the staff and how to best work with her office manager.
  3. Moving up the Chain of Command – A top-level federal government manager wants to expand her style of leadership and management as she moves up ladder. She has a very authoritarian side that “show’s up” when she is feeling impatient and she realizes that side of her is very ineffective as a management style. She wants to learn now to tone down this side and use it when it can be most effective.
  4. A New Manager Finding Her Style – A recently appointed high school department head is trying to determine her style for managing the staff.
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Virtual and In-Person Team Coaching works from a perspective of:

Applying a systems, wholistic approach to assess the current team culture and where they aspire to be in the future.

The “role each team member plays” in the culture that can be an asset or detriment or both at the same time.

A Team sustains its effectiveness when:

  • All members are interconnected
  • Roles are shared by everyone
  • Differences and conflict are embraced and managed with everyone acknowledging and taking responsibility for their contribution.

Team Coaching is available virtual and in person for:

Boards of Directors

Executive Teams

Supervisory Teams

Management Teams

Front-Line Working Teams

Temporary Project Teams

Inter-agency Taskforces

Inter-departmental Teams within your Organization

Examples of Team Coaching:

  1. Transitioning to a New Leader – A team needs to transition to a new executive director after 25 years under the founding director.
  2. A Team Needs Help with their Supervisor – A team wants to learn how to better communicate with their supervisor.
  3. Non-Profit Needs a Strategic Plan – A board of directors of a new non-profit wants to define their values, goals, and strategic plan.
  4. A Seasoned Team Needs Redefining – A team has been working together for several years and wants to reorganize around a redefined set of values, goals, and business plan.