EVER since you took on your first leadership role, you discovered something:
Being a leader is hard work.
In a never-ending, ever-changing work climate, you have to be on your best game. The demands are high, there’s no time to mess up, and everyone is depending on you. And if only you had more time in your day.
Leadership can also be a little lonely, too.
Yet, while all this busyness is happening around you, you’re feeling a shift – toward something bigger.
While you spend most of your time at work empowering and building up others, when was the last time you focused on your needs, goals and success?
Now's your time.
As a leader, achieving results is just the beginning. Not only do you want to be the best leader at work – you also want to be the best version of yourself.
Except…there’s just one thing.
You don’t really know how to do that.
Besides, there’s rarely any time to pull away from the business and focus on your own development. When you do make the time, bouncing ideas off your boss or colleagues offers only a biased perspective. And while there’s support at home, a cheerleader isn’t quite what you’re looking for.
You’re frustrated. But still determined to find the answer.
That’s where Executive Coaching comes in.
WHAT WILL WE TALK ABOUT?
THE EXECUTIVE COACHING RELATIONSHIP
WORKING WITH JEFF
WHAT DOES EXECUTIVE COACHING LOOK LIKE?
“Jeff has changed my life – that sounds like a bold statement, but it is true. Every session that we come out of, I am taking away something strategic and tactical that I am applying almost immediately whether it is at the office or even at home with my family. He takes a very empathetic, but also a direct approach which does not sugar-coat – he knows where to push me and call my bluff if he doesn’t think I am being true to myself – very few people in my life can do that.”