Executive/Leadership Coaching

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9055 E Mineral Circle, Suite 100
Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (720) 708-4865

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“When we do what we choose to do, we are committed. When we do what we have to do, we are compliant… Successful people focus on what they choose to do.”

– Marshall Goldsmith

Collaborate Counseling Executive/Individual Coaching helps you facilitate:

•Clarifying goals (personal and professional) and staying focused on key actions to achieve them.

•Assessing leadership strengths, improvement and growth opportunity areas, and finding the performance opportunities to obtain your overall goals.

•Clarifying organizational (or personal, family ) mission, vision, values, and goals.

•Managing time, priorities, and work, and eliminate less important activities.

•Clarifying and applying professional development and career planning.

“If you’re not sure where you are going, you’re liable to end up someplace else.”

– Robert F. Mager

Individual Coaching:

Collaborate Counseling’s individual coaching provides one-on-one custom leadership development opportunities for senior managers, executives, and sales executives. Individual coaching is also applicable in personal achievement and family goals and pursuits. The coaching configuration and structure ensures that the coach and the coachee establish a sound, constructive and collaborative relationship. The coach builds on this relationship, supervising the assessment, challenging the individual in a manner that encourages the necessary growth and reach needed for development while providing the support to the participant for positive change to occur.

Clients are most successful when the following conditions occur:

•Client desires a personal approach to reaching stated goals of development and outcome

•Desires the benefits of a face-to-face experience with a Collaborate Counseling coach

•Enjoys and welcomes accountability, structure that face to face coaching will provide

•If working in an organizational culture while pursuing coaching objectives, the organization recognizes the value of individual coaching

•Culture of the organization would benefit from the confidence of coaching and its empowering, insightful, professional approach to effective leadership development

“You get in life what you have the courage to ask for.”

– Nancy D. Solomon

Executive Coaching:

An integrative approach, based on research-driven models of coaching and one that is custom-built for each executive. Collaborate Counseling develops individual coaching plans based on the unique developmental experience, career path, and history and objectives of the mid- to senior-level executive who is preparing for a greater scope of responsibility, change in career, or who needs to make a leap forward in leadership capability. Executive Leadership Coaching provides a complete discovery, alignment, assessment, feedback, coaching outline and plan.

What does the Coaching Structure look like?

•The custom assessment package varies per client but typically includes a variety of assessment tools such as the following: personality/style surveys, 360-degree feedback instruments and potential telephone interviews with selected work colleagues.

•In-person feedback and goal-setting sessions

•Assessment if applicable could include a supervisory alignment session between the coach, coachee, to soldify be agreement on developmental goals.

•Ongoing coaching utilizing a variety of media that could include: telephone, in-person, video, or on-line contact.

•On-site observations – shadowing – can be included in the assessment or coaching phase.

Who benefits the Best from Coaching?:

•Executives who are preparing for a major step up in leadership responsibilities

•Leaders who have recently taken a new position with complex challenges

•Executives who have made substantial changes in his or her approach to leadership in a new situation

•Executives who want to use a confidential, empowering, professional relationship to enhance the organization’s effectiveness through leadership

How long does a coaching relationship last?

•Whether individual or corporate based coaching, typically, a coaching relationship is structured to last 6 to 8 months or longer, according to the individual or executive’s needs.

“If you’re not sure where you are going, you’re liable to end up someplace else.”

– Robert F. Mager