Executive Coaching

Executive Coaching for Career Development

The most important job for a leader is taking full ownership for their career trajectory. To ensure upward mobility, a leader must perform at a high level and be totally prepared to search for and secure the next move.

The Goal of Coaching

Coaching has become a buzz-word. Everyone is suddenly a coach. What makes Paul’s approach different from consulting is that while consultants may advise, direct, analyze, and suggest, as a coach, Paul strives to help each leader access their personal strengths and excel by asking effective questions. In this way the executive remains the technical expert while he guides them to unlock their potential. Coaching helps the executives use the tools at their disposal more effectively. The executive owns the results and their commitments.

The primary goal of coaching is to improve a person's effectiveness at work in ways linked to overall business strategy. To this end, a coach will sometimes guide individuals toward increased awareness of how their thoughts and emotional reactions lead to problematic behaviors in the workplace.

Paul works with individuals to catalyst their strengths. Paul uses well established coaching methods such as GROW. The inquiry process helps executives, managers, and other leaders to unlock their potential and eliminate the obstacles that stand in their way to greatness.