Coaching for Executives
“To lead means to take and maintain a stance.”
“To lead means to be ready and willing to carry responsibility.”
“To lead means to be patient as well as resilient.”
“To lead means to be able to show recognition and appreciation.”
“To lead means to recognize the expectations one places on oneself as well as on one’s employees.”
“To lead means to be able to delegate.”
“To lead means to be able to draw the line and say no.”
“To lead means to have power.”
“To lead means to be required to make and communicate unpopular decisions.”
“To lead means to have empathy.”
“To lead means to sense the projections of one’s environment.”
Do you find any of the above statements appealing or provocative? Do you sense inner resistance when reading any of these claims? Depending on how you practice leadership, there may be different aspects that you are more or less confronted with. In Executive coaching we will get to the bottom of all of them.
Leadership coaching aims to increase your awareness of your own resources and abilities. I consider it very helpful to shed light on the conscious and unconscious implications of a leadership issue, as well as on its social, systemic and structural correlations. By doing that, we pave the way to a new stance when dealing with current and future leadership challenges.
As your coach I am ready to accompany you in performing your demanding executive duties, supporting you, sometimes confronting you, but making you smile too.