Executive Coaching: Turn Top Managers into Inspiring Leaders
At the Gerald Hannah Group, our executive coaches work one-on-one with your executive/senior managers and high-potential, emerging leaders to help them make the shift from getting the job done to motivating your workforce to deliver unparalleled customer service and positive financial results.
Thinking strategically versus working tactically, resolving conflicts instead of coping with them, managing people’s expectations and emotions, motivating teams, collaborating across the organization, converting challenges into opportunities—these are the behaviors that today’s leaders need to empower others, inspire performance, and drive results.
And these behaviors can be taught.
Leadership is a combination of behavioral competencies and values that are useful whether a person is in the executive suite or on the front line, on Wall Street or Main Street. With personal and customized practice, feedback, and coaching, we align specific behaviors with your goals to help develop your executive/senior managers and top talent.
Ultimately, it’s not about being “right” for the next leadership or management position. It’s about being ready
EXECUTIVE COACHING METHODOLOGY
From small businesses to the Fortune 500, the executive coaches at GHG work one-on-one with a person to develop—and measure—the leadership skills and behaviors that deliver sustained success.
Drawing on the goals of both employee and organization, we craft a research-based, outcome-driven developmental plan that identifies the strengths that need to be enhanced and the skill and behavioral gaps you want to close. We work closely with the coachee to execute that plan, targeting the behaviors and developing the skills they need in their current and future role.
And when the “official” executive coaching is over, we create a self-development endurance plan and provide ongoing resources to ensure your managers and leaders continue to learn, progress, and grow toward their goals.
Through seminars, special events, and executive coaching, the management consultants at the Gerald Hannah Group help your executive/senior managers and top talent put their leadership behaviors into context and practice.
PRACTICE MAKES EXPERT
Great athletes spend a lot of time practicing and very little time performing.
Take that concept into the arena of the workplace, and you’ll find the reverse: most managers and employees spend all their time performing and no time practicing new leadership and management skills. No wonder we so often recycle and revisit our problems as managers.
The difference between an expert and novice is not experience; it is the results of deliberate practice. With GHG, your employees and emerging leaders get the professional development they need to master the leadership competencies that will support your organization’s values, vision, and goals.