The key to Global Executive Coaching is exploring and integrating intercultural dimensions combined with an increased awareness of one’s own unique personality traits, cultural influences, and emotional capital.
Through appreciative enquiry, we explore the effects of globalization on leaders and executives as they work across cultural and linguistic barriers. Reflecting on subjects such as:
These and a multitude of other questions enable executives to reflect on challenges and opportunities within a safe, confidential, and reassuring framework.
Coaching is a results-oriented process. Executive coaching involves setting objectives with the coaching client based on their desired outcomes in alignment with corporate stakeholders and sponsors.
I specialize in Global Executive Coaching after reflecting on questions such as:
What projects or promotions are on your horizon that could benefit from a thought partner? As an Executive Coach, I will accompany you during transitions as you reflect on how you can leverage your strengths to be at your best as you take on new responsibilities.
High performing teams are not born, they are built. As a Team Coach, I accompany the team during the well-known stages of “forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning ” which were first described by Psychologist Bruce Tuckman in his 1965 paper, “Developmental Sequence in Small Groups.”
As Coaches, we invite clients to reflect on different perspectives of a situation to learn and grow. How do you, as a Coach, reflect on your coaching sessions to continue learning in growing in your chosen profession?
A combination of training and coaching is the ideal response. Research in neuroscience and neuroimaging show that the neo-cortex part of the brain is stimulated during training by exposing the participant to short term concepts and ideas. During coaching, the open limbic brain system is used through appreciative inquiry and action-learning. The open-system function of the limbic brain has a longer lasting effect on emotions, attitudes and behavioral change.
The future belongs to those who see possibilities before they become obvious. - John Scully