Executives are no longer local, regional, national, or international: they are global. Newly emerging economies, political structures, and the pursuit of a cultural identity are some of the challenges globalization has brought to the forefront.
Global executives are facing exciting opportunities and unprecedented challenges on a regular basis, and the ones who do it with finesse, skill, and grace under pressure are the ones who will rise when others fall.
It’s no longer enough to just go from goal to goal, which is merely an exercise of moving things along, managing the daily tasks, and living in the present. Effective leaders need to see a different reality, have a strategic focus, and live it by example.
Global Executive Coaching is specifically for clients who are:
If you fit one of the descriptions above, then your needs include:
Coaching offered by Effective Global Leadership enables executives to approach problem-solving with innovative skills and mindfulness. We use our 4R formula – Respect, Relationships, Recognition, and Rewards – to give global executives the power to go beyond the standard intercultural training and develop a combination of Cultural, Emotional, and Social Intelligence which enables them to fully integrate cultural diversity as an added value in today’s global workplace.
If this is something that gives you a feeling of excitement and anticipation, then it’s time to contact us.
Global Executive Coaching Provides Support and Active Listening that Enables High Potential Executives, Management Teams and Leaders to Strengthen Skills and Competencies while Shifting Perceptions as they:
BRAID is an influencing technique that incorporates coaching skills for professionals who are not coaches. By using the Clifton Strengths domain that you naturally lead with, you learn how to develop humancentric influencing skills through two simple coaching techniques GROW and EASE.
BRAID provides the strategies on how to build alignment and buy-in for better business outcomes, and learn how to shift your needs to meet the needs and wants of others.
 Whitmore, J. (2010). Coaching for performance: growing human potential and purpose: the principles and practice of coaching and leadership. Hachette UK