Dr. Mel Nagler provides senior level expertise in working with clients to discover and remove the road blocks that keep career success and fulfillment out of reach.
Who uses an Executive Coach?
- Are you ready to move to the next level?
- Are you involved in making changes in the structure or culture of your organization?
- Do you need to improve your ability to manage conflict?
- Do you find it difficult to make decisions and move forward on a project or in your career?
- Do you have a hard time balancing work and personal life?
How Executive Coaching can benefit you.
- Remove the road blocks to your success
- Clarify your goals
- Reduce your stress
- Strengthen your leadership skills
- Increase your self confidence and satisfaction
- Improve your communication and listening skills
- Expand your commitment, creativity and flexibility
What is an Executive Coach
An Executive Coach works with business clients to first clarify and then close the gap between the current state and the client’s desired outcome. The Coach facilitates changes in mindset and the refocusing of energy, allowing the client to create their own vision and develop a clear plan to get there.
Working with the client’s agenda, the Coach offers the specific structures and strategies necessary to successfully achieve goals and enhance level of satisfaction. With a focus on positive change, growth and action, clients find a sustainable way to break through their limitations, increase their effectiveness and consistently perform at their personal best.
Is Coaching different from workshops, consultants or therapy?
Workshops and training programs create an awareness, they do not change behavior.
Consultants give advice on “how to,” and their work is over when the suggestions are given or the project completed.
The coaching relationship is not psychological counseling or therapy. By focusing on strengths the Coach supports the client to ensure results are achieved, while the client implements new skills and a plan for change. It is like having a personal trainer at the gym.
How is Coaching done?
Coaching is a one to one relationship, usually conducted weekly, on the phone. Coaching focuses on actions the client prioritizes through a process of inquiry and discovery, feedback, follow up and accountability.
Who uses an Executive Coach?
Business clients of all types. Small business owners, professionals, middle and upper management and executives in transition.
Coaching is ideal for those that are ready for the next level but are blocked by difficulties in leadership skills, communication, conflict management, assertiveness, decision making, organization or balancing work and personal life.
Personal issues can spill into the workplace so Coaching can also address quality of life concerns such as family, health, values or spirituality. The client defines the agenda. For clients who find it difficult to move forward on a project or in their career because of uncertainties or tensions, Coaching gets things moving by addressing attitudes, choices and habits.
Coaching is used by those making changes in the structure or culture of their organization, needing to improve their ability to delegate or needing help in keeping perspective.