Executive Coaching

The cornerstone of the coaching relationship is
confidentiality and trust, it can be a lonely place to be at the top of an
organisation. One-to-one coaching sessions will deliver positive outcomes and a
return on investment for the leader and
the organisation



Leadership Coaching’s powerful benefits


Developing  Key Strategies to achieve your organisational vision

Testing your thinking , reaching smart decisions for optimum results

Increasing the effectiveness of your relationship with your team, stakeholders and customers  through your leadership

Develop your leadership style and impact

Improve work life balance and achieve personal vision

Employee retention and higher levels of engagement

the coaching process

How we work with you

An Introductory meeting to build rapport, agree goals, objectives and desired ROI 

Face-to-face or telephone coaching session one to two hours in duration

Optional telephone support between sessions

Progress reviews at agreed milestones

Final Review and next steps plan

Your executive coaching pathway

At the heart of any coaching relationship is confidentiality and trust. We work together with the coachee, with input from the stakeholder to establish…

The business objective

The areas for development and desired ROI

Establish trust and rapport for the best results

How we will work together – time frame, face-to-face/telephone sessions, guidance


Frequently Asked Questions

Who is coaching suitable for?

Coaching is a powerful development tool, impactful  in enhancing the performance of Leaders at all levels and effective in developing aspiring leaders.

What are the most common goals of a coaching assignment?

Coaching unlocks people’s potential to maximize their own performance. Coaching goals vary but include skills development, planning a strategy of business growth, managing work relationship and change and work life balance.

How do you measure the return on investment of coaching?

Coaching has a tangible return on investment for the individual, stakeholder and the organisation. These include, improved performance, career development, retention, increased motivation, skills development, succession planning and a the creation of a high-performance culture.

What is the format of coaching?

On agreeing coaching goals, coach and coachee have a face-to-face or telephone conversation on a monthly basis for an agreed period. There is usually a Chemistry Meeting to establish rapport and trust, regular reviews and a final meeting to agree next steps.