“Corporations believe that coaching helps keep valuable employees and that the dollar investment in it is far less than the cost of replacing an employee.” -David A. Thomas, Fitzhugh, Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School.
Executive coaching helps executives fully realize their personal and professional goals through enhanced performance, improved decision-making, and increased productivity.
As your coach, I provide insight, and accountability, and offer new concepts. Executive coaching also positions companies to integrate the next generation of leaders better —successfully aiding in culture, engagement, and employee retention!
Being a native Swede and a US resident for the past 25 years, I have gathered emotional intelligence of highly functional environments and cultures worldwide and incorporated that information into my coaching. I work with my clients to identify and modify their limiting patterns. My coaching approach is equally informed by concepts and tools from behavioral science and humanistic psychology: I have combined techniques and learning resources that proved valuable to my clients and consequently Inspiring Result!
Executive coaching is a learning approach that creates self-awareness, helps drive transformational change, and provides critical challenge and support. Our executive coaching services build a collaborative relationship between the coach and the client and are customized to fit the needs of busy executives.
Working with an executive coach expedites progress and helps leaders deliver organization-wide value more quickly. Coaching & Coaching Clinics is about more than confidence-building; research confirms that executive coaching fosters self-efficacy.
In short, emotional intelligence is a combination of self-awareness and self-regulation that affects motivation, social skills and empathy. When it comes to coaching, emotional intelligence is essential
When both parties have a high degree of self-awareness and self-regulation, communication flows smoothly, allowing coaching to be facilitated successfully. On the other hand, low emotional intelligence can inhibit those receiving coaching if they lack self-awareness or are highly resistant and disruptive.