To remain relevant and forward moving as a leader in today’s challenging and ever-changing business climate, self-awareness is vital. The decision to want to become an exceptional leader can be made in an instant, but actually behaving your way into that excellence is a process and an evolution that takes time, accountability, guidance, and strategic support.
The higher you climb in the company matrix, the more you are called upon to deal deftly with complex relationships and conflict resolution. Great leaders possess astuteness about others—an understanding of what drives behavior, what motivates self-interest, and what impedes growth/change. But before you can know the truth about others, you must first know the truth about yourself.
Self-knowledge is the foundational competency central to an exceptional leader’s ability to create a strategic vision for motivating and steering successful teams. When self-knowledge and social and emotional intelligence are lacking, you see discord and conflict within teams, and between teams and senior management. This leads, without fail, to a lack of business results. But a well-grounded leader serves as the positive, centering force for the energy and effort of his/her teams.
My Executive Coaching process helps leaders gain powerful insight into their own behavior by clarifying the difference between your true vision, inspiration, and aims versus ego-driven goals and mindsets that derail what you’re trying to achieve.
I help exceptional leaders map out true goals and aspirations—professional and personal—and provide those leaders with a series of powerful tools that teach ways to regroup, re-center, refocus, and move forward with deliberate, integrity-based action.
To learn more about my Executive Coaching process and how you can reach new levels of excellence as a leader, let’s connect.