Are you leader who delivers great results but you still missed the last promotion? Maybe the reason is you are not hitting these goals that you didn’t even know exist.
Most executives I work with are highly skilled in strategic thinking; setting the direction is not a problem for them. Following the direction is! And this ability is what distinguishes outstanding leaders from the rest.
And here is where your classic to do lists and fancy apps fail. We all know what we “should” do, don’t we? At least equally important to knowing what to do is knowing what not do do.
I asked a multi-national team about their best and worst bosses: what did they do that motivated you? What did they do that de-motivated you? Their answers were plain and simple. It does not take magic to be a great leader!
Your performance at work does not only depend on your managerial & leadership skills. It also depends on how well you function physically. And this depends largely on what you eat and how you exercise!
I love coaching! It’s an honor for me to accompany others for a while along their journey, and seeing clients progress in their personal and professional lives is utmost rewarding. Some coaching experiences can be very touching, surprising, or scary. Let me share some of the moments that left a lasting impression.
A small business owner wanted to use coaching skills as a leader and implement a coaching culture in his organization in order to grow talents and his business. After applying his newly gained knowledge in 1:1 coaching style sessions with his team members, one employee resigned. Read why this was good.
Executive Coaching case study: how an overwhelmed Western director in Asia learned to overcome negative self-talk, regain self-confidence, and succeed on his expat assignment.