– Coach John Wooden
Do you feel unfulfilled in your job, your community, or your family?
Do you feel “off track” in some way, or incomplete, despite a conventionally successful life?
Are your goals elusive, maybe not brightly defined?
Have you ever struggled with work and life balance?
Do you ever feel out of sync with who you really are – or who you want to be?
If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, now may be the time to take control of your future by hiring a coach.
Change. Technology. Uncertainty. Competition. Talent. Leadership. The challenges in today’s business environment seem never to have been greater. So what does it take to succeed in a world that sees monumental shifts at an ever increasing rate? It takes someone who has the vision, skills, attitude, and determination to lead – not just to lead people, but a determination to master the art of self-leadership. Working with a Developmental Coach will help you understand who you are and what gives your life value. Your life’s purpose is uniquely yours – Coaching helps you uncover that purpose, find resonance with it, and pursue it with confidence, skill, and commitment.
Coaching will challenge you – challenge your thoughts, your actions, your beliefs – it will help you see and break down barriers – it will open you to a clear understanding of your goals and how to achieve them. As Tom Landry, the legendary coach of the Dallas Cowboys once said, “A coach is someone who tells you what you don’t want to hear, who has you see what you don’t want to see, so you can be who you have always known you could be.”
Know where you are going and how you are going to get there! So how do we do it?
Our Professional Coaching process is a structured, open-ended, and pragmatic approach to personal and professional growth. The process is designed to help individuals develop the attitudes, skills, and qualities necessary for personal and organizational leadership.
Three Essential Elements
In order to create an environment of positive attitudes and possibility thinking, it is important for a leader to understand where and how attitudes are formed and how those attitudes can be developed.
Much of what a leader is involved in, and therefore accomplishes, involves other people. To be effective in this continuous challenge, it is important to learn, understand, and use interpersonal skills effectively.
Leadership, among other things, is the process of providing organizational direction and accomplishing necessary objectives. The goal accomplishment model provides the tools and process necessary to achieve more goals, more often, in order to maximize results and outcomes.