What are the personal benefits of working with Ken?
Numerous clients we have worked with report coaching positively
impacted their careers, as well as their life in these areas:
- More clarity on your most fulfilling goals and objectives
- Better alignment between your vision, values, passions, strengths and career
- Independent insight, guidance and feedback, to help you learn and develop faster
Regular support to keep you organized and focused, so you can move forward decisive.
- Become more effective and productive.
- Gain a fuller experience of personal and professional fulfillment and balance.
Gain a sense that you are finally living the life you were meant to live
Coaching focuses on what needs improvement and what's going well. The overall goal is to help people become more effective. Coaching helps individuals to them overcome personal obstacles, maximize individual strengths, and reach their full potential.
In today's environment of changing technology and evolving organizations, coaching can have a strategic impact. It provides continuous learning and develops people to meet current and future needs. Coaching is an investment that you make in yourself and/or in developing your key resource people for the long-term benefit of your organization.
What Is Worked On?
Here is what we work on together:
- Business planning, budgeting and goal-setting
Integrating business and personal life for balance
Doing the maximum in work
Handling business or personal problems
Making key decisions and designing strategies
Catching up and getting ahead of the business
Training, developing and managing staff
Increasing sales substantially or filling a practice
Turning around a difficult situation
- Having more fun, greater ease in life
How Do I Know If I Should Work With A Coach?
This is a great question!
Not everyone is in a situation which warrants coaching and people progress in and out of “coach readiness over time.
Due to the need for leadership development, increased management performance and succession planning, companies are focusing more closely on building the capability of managers and executives through coaching and mentoring programs.
About 6 out of 10 (59%) organizations currently offer coaching or other developmental counseling to their managers and executives, according to a nationwide survey of more than 300 companies by Manchester, a human capital consulting firm. Another 20% of organizations said they plan to offer such coaching within the next year.
Productivity doesn't happen when people are only focusing on the financial or technical issues. They also must build the capability of managers to help their employees with the intangible elements of human interaction---because the work gets done through personal relationships. The key to ROI is developing and sustaining individual and group behaviors through personal relationships to achieve the desired business results. Executive coaching builds the organizational capability to get this done.
Since it's becoming harder to train and keep effective employees, it is clear that companies are interested in providing executive coaching to managers who are able to improve productivity by energizing, exciting and coaching their direct reports.