It is lonely at the top.
Sometimes you just need an objective, knowledgeable, neutral sounding board or a strategic thinking partner with whom you can discuss your challenges, opportunities, how to leverage your strengths, overcome vulnerabilities or plan a course of action.
Richard Branson is at the top of his game and he works with a coach every day.
Same for Olympic athletes.
Why should you be any different?
Executive coaching deals specifically with the challenges in the business owner or executive’s professional and personal life.
Executive coaching is centred on designing and planning a life of balance – work and play and being the best at both.
Executive coaching will equip you with tools to be effective with challenging people, to stay on top of mounting responsibilities, to manage stress in an effective way, to move towards the perfect work/life balance, to identify your strengths and vulnerabilities and to use them to your advantage.
Do any of these questions or statements sound familiar?
√ How do I balance my work and personal life?
√ How do I slide into my new executive position with ease?
√ I can not talk to anybody about the pressures at work
√ How do I make more time?
√ My business partners are not pulling their weight – how can I address the challenge?
Executive coaching benefits include:
√ Overcoming career or organisational hurdles constructively by being a stronger leader
√ Exercising effective communication and gaining more powerful influencing skills
√ Leveraging existing strengths and improving performance
√ Gaining more career and life balance and therefore satisfaction
√ Managing stress more productively and being more resilient.
(the √ subconsciously has the brain agree to the above statements and that assist in the decision-making)
Take the first step towards achieving your goals, contact Stanford for an appointment.