Leadership coaching can help successful leaders become even more successful.
Undoubtedly, you’re an accomplished executive. But even the cream of the crop need guidance and feedback to break through to the next level. Ask yourself:
- Can you create a succinct and compelling business proposition?
- Can you deliver a presentation that has impact?
- Do you understand the dynamics of team workings?
- Can you navigate the political arena?
- Do you have the influence skills to gain the cooperation and collaboration you need to be successful?
- Are you an inspiring and motivational leader who engages others?
- Do you understand what it takes to be successful in your environment?
- Are you realizing your career goals?
Acquiring these key skills can take years of hard work and dedication. One-on-one coaching has been shown to accelerate this process – its impact is better and longer lasting than other forms of development programs.
First, Ruth will help you understand your work style – approach to different situations, strengths, weaknesses and leadership skills. Then, she’ll work with you to build a roadmap to realizing your most ambitious career goals.
An individualized approach
Based on her extensive corporate experience, Ruth Brothers has developed a unique coaching program she calls TLC - Executive & Talent Leadership Coaching. TLC is a tailored, individualized coaching process that helps leaders and high-potential employees build business and leadership skills at an accelerated pace.
Taking into account the individual’s skills, level of experience, industry and business environment, Ruth develops a plan and approach for them and their organization to consider. Ruth works with both the sponsor (client organization) and the individual to decide what the success indicators would look like and what specific skills the individual should develop or strengthen.
It’s a team effort that results in positive business outcomes for everyone involved. Throughout the process, Ruth is committed to regular, two-way feedback with the sponsor and the individual, while maintaining strict confidentiality, respect and trust within the group.