August 16, 2017

The Executive Coaching Process: What Does It Involve?

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Executive Coaching is a Process of Assessment, Goal Setting, Implementation and Accountability

Many people contact me daily to inquire about executive coaching, and the first question they ask is “How does this work”? This post will help to answer that pressing question:

Phase 1: Assessment

During the initial phase of executive coaching, I will be gathering extensive data on your portfolio of skills and strengths while gaining insight into your history to thoroughly assess your current situation. During this time, I will be performing a 360 Degree Feedback Review to determine what leadership competency your colleagues, followers, team and family members would most like to see you improve or enhance so that you are as effective as possible as a leader.

Phase 2: Establishing a Plan of Action

The second phase of our Executive Leaders Coaching Program will focus on setting specific goals and designing an action plan to support you in meeting your personal and professional objectives.

Phase 3: Implementation

During the third phase, I will be using a variety of coaching tools and resources with you so that your action plan is implemented and goals are achieved. During the implementation phase, as your coach, I will be looking for blind spots, derailment factors, breakdown in communication, and multiple aspects of leadership development which can expedite or impede your progress. We will be focusing on the intangible assets of leadership, knowledge, talent, process, organization, decision making, execution, integrity and culture, which are vital skills for leaders to hone in this new millennium.

Phase 4: Evaluation

During phase four, together we will be assessing your progress and formulating a system for evaluating what is working/what is not so that your success is constant.

Coaching Sessions

Leadership coaching is offered by telephone for national and international clients and face to face for clients in the Moore County, North Carolina region. Coaching calls are typically held two or four times per month, usually over a period of 6-12 months and is combined with customized training to meet the needs of both leaders and teams. Customer service is important to me, and I am easily accessible by phone and e-mail between sessions for my clients. All coaching conversations are kept strictly confidential, I consider my clients my partners, and my sole interest is your success.

If the Bea Fields Companies Inc. Coaching Program sounds like it would be a good fit for you or your organization, please contact me today at (910) 692-6118 for a 30-minute complimentary consultation.

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