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Executive Coaching – Adaptability Coach
I never cease to be amazed at the power of the coaching process to draw out the skills or talents that was previously hidden within an individual, and which invariably finds a way to solve a problem previously thought insolvable.John Russell, MD Harley-Davidson
Why Executive Coaching?
There are myriad reasons why someone would solicit executive coaching services, such as:
- A career change
- New and unbiased perspective
- Personal and/or Professional challenges
Having an executive coach is considered an honor--especially if one is bestowed upon you--for the simple fact that it creates opportunity. There's an old saying that goes, "Nobody is smarter than all of us," which is exactly the value that executive coaching provides: a means to brainstorm, collect feedback, and grow--physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually--from a perspective you wouldn't have heard otherwise.
Having your own personal coach dedicated to just you will help you live and work optimally. If you think you could benefit from an unconventional mindset, let's set up a free skype or phone call to explore your interests.
My Coaching Beliefs
As an executive and leadership development coach, I help clients adapt to change by enhancing three inextricably linked areas:
Performance. Adaptability. Leadership.
Through these three optics, I will delicately challenge your thought process and provide a thinking space for growth and long-term success.
- Anything worth doing is worth doing well.
- Within every degree of change lies an opportunity for personal growth.
- The absence of certainty affords the very opportunity to create it.
- Failure is only determined by where you choose to stop.
- Focus, focus, focus--but be ready to adapt.
If you'd like to learn more about how to adapt to challenges, let's talk.
I have known Jeff for over (20) years and since he was young, everyone who came in contact with him knew he would be a leader in whatever field he chose. Fortunately for all of us, he chose the military and he did not disappoint. (more…)
Spencer A., MA, CPP, Project Coordinator, Florida
Jeff challenges you to answer tough questions. This self-reflection has been an important exercise to guide me towards a path, which represents the values I would like to display as a manager.
Stavros P., Post Conflict Reconstruction Specialist
It is humbling to have an individual with your resume present to our team. Thank you for taking the time to learn our business and demonstrate how your experiences can be applied to our organization.
Mike F., Area VP, ResMed
Selecting the right business coach can be a daunting task to say the least. The key attributes I was looking for in my selection process were primarily built around establishing: trust, relevance and direct impact. After a one hour consultation with Jeff, it was very clear that all three boxes were checked.
Robby K., Director of Sales
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