Leadership isn’t for the faint of heart. It is heavy lifting. Coaching provides leaders with supportive and confidential conversations to get clarity, identify and develop their options, and get the results they intend.  

Dysfunctional teams are costly, ineffective, and lead to employee dissatisfaction and turnover. Teams don’t just come together casually. Team member selection, structure, agreements, and accountability set the team’s foundation for success. 

Are you where you want to be? Are your employees where you want them to be? You can’t change what you don’t examine.

A two decades long senior leadership team member was assigned to a new strategically important position. The transfer was perceived as a demotion and a message to move on. Through the coaching conversations, the senior leader was able to see it as an opportunity rather than a threat. By accepting the challenge, she developed her role beyond anyone’s expectation and increased her value to the entire organization. 

An Alaskan neighborhood health center leadership group was challenged with varying skills, divergent interests, and inconsistent accountability. Through team coaching, they were able to set aside individual interests and work on initiatives for long-term sustainability.

A mid-level supervisor promoted to a deputy director position. Her promotion came after a highly competitive process.  There was a prevailing perception among the other candidates that the person selected was too young and had not served her time in grade. The director and the new candidate recognized the threat to her success. Through coaching, the new appointee successfully navigated her transition to the new role and was subsequently appointed as the assistant director with the support of her prior peers.