Executive Coaching

Even the fastest person on Earth has a coach...do you?

In the last few decades, executive coaching has blossomed into a multi-billion dollar business, for good reason. 

The complexity and ambiguity that leaders face today require extraordinary navigation skills, skills that good coaching can assist with. But when searching for a coach, candidates find that coaching methods and coaching credentials vary immensely. And not all executive coaching achieves equal outcomes: transformational coaching requires work at multiple levels (*Franklin & Dooran, 2009). The work is complex and demanding enough that we believe there are very real dangers in engaging executive coaches without psychological training (**Berglas, 2002) as executive coaches need to be able to work with client's internal systems (such as core beliefs and unconscious bias and drivers) as well as the external ones (interpersonal and systemic skills) to best support clients as they seek transformational change. 

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Our executive coaches hold post-graduate psychology or psychotherapy qualifications,

as well as extensive corporate experience.  We utilise evidence-based best practices, and always provide references for the tools

we use. Lastly, we are human, and find that our own fallibility and authenticity is an essential element in the coaching process. 

(1) Franklin & Doran (2009) ‘Does all Coaching enhance objective performance independently evaluated by blind assessors?

The importance of Coaching model and Content’ international Coaching Psychology Review V4 No. 2 

(2) Berglas (2002) The very real dangers of Executive Coaching Harvard Business Review June 2002