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Executive Coaching for Leaders

From emerging and early-stage leaders to 

Research tells us that conflict costs organizations $359B each year in lost productivity. Further, surveys of U.S. workers revealed that 70% of employees believe that conflict management is an essential skill of leadership.

 

Unfortunately, many leaders report that they have not been adequately prepared to be conflict managers, and those who have routinely fail to recognize that they are the greatest source of conflict within their teams and organizations.

Through the use of validated psychometric assessments and personality profiles, 360 surveys, proven leadership development processes, and our bespoke conflict communication methodology, The Real Tact Method™ delivered in a 1-on-1 or small group format, we help leaders gain self-awareness around their own unique leadership malfunctions that contribute to conflict, tension, and misunderstanding. This enables them to improve their leadership effectiveness, interpersonal engagement, and subsequently, the culture across their organizations.

Our Coaching Process Includes

Assessments

Leaders begin their development by gaining increased self-awareness about themselves and how they contribute to conflict.

Mastery

Leaders are introduced to leadership models and identify gaps in their own performance against proven standards.

Coaching

A development plan is put into place and performance goals are outlined to help the leader improve their conflict response and performance.

Conflict Resolution

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We've Already Helped Clients To:

  • Grow executive presence by improving public speaking ability and self-confidence in front of groups.

  • Identify and address communication behaviors and rituals that led to toxic workplace culture, high attrition, low productivity, and poor trust among colleagues.

  • Discover the confidence to speak through adversity and to lead difficult, challenging, and sensitive conversations.

  • Gain career clarity by designing and implementing an Executive Positioning Plan that highlights deficiencies in leadership style, communication style, personal ethics and values, and competencies.

  • Power through longstanding roadblocks caused by poor leadership development, imposter syndrome, fear, frustration, anger, and more.

  • Improve leadership by learning how to move from a mindset of conflict, contention, and competition to one of cohesion, collaboration, and consensus.