Empowering executives to greatness
BECOMING A COMPETENT LEADER
By definition, an effective leader creates an inspiring vision of the future, motivates and inspires people to engage with that vision, manages delivery of the vision, and coaches and builds a team that is effective in achieving the vision.
However, before any of this can occur, a leader must be clear-thinking, self-aware, and socially aware. Leadership coaching works with executives to develop their skills in managing themselves and others in order to benefit the company as a whole. Coaching assists decision-makers in creating organizational effectiveness through quality communication and interactions.
Leadership coaching strengthens a person's inner resolution to achieve results while enhancing their interpersonal relationship skills. The end result is an executive who is more emotionally adept, and more professionally proficient.
Characteristics of Great Leaders
TOP 5 GREAT LEADERS
By Fortune Magazine, 2014
FORTUNE 500 COMPANIES
Benefit From Coaching
Approximately 25-40% of Fortune 500 companies use executive coaches.
A few of these companies include: IBM, Motorola, J.P. Morgan Chase, Hewlett-Packard, Chrysler, Herman Miller, Xerox, Microsoft, Merrill Lynch, WellPoint, MetrixGlobal, GE, Goldman Sachs, and Google.