You are an executive working in a senior corporate role.
Leadership is part of your job description. You have positional power, you take it seriously, and use it in the most positive way.
You are driven by the vision to build an organisation that inspires people to be at their best.
So, how accountable are you in pursuing that vision? Who are you as a leader? How do you practice leadership? How do you inspire followership? What is the impact of your leadership style on your team’s engagement? How about performance?
Being an executive in today’s corporate world means working through complexity in ever-changing, fast paced environment of uncertainty, scarce resources, diverse stake-holder expectations and confronting interests and views.
More and more, effective leadership is about mastering the art and craft of harvesting the wisdom of the whole. Engaging in systemic dialogue between multiple stakeholders, using participative leadership approaches to co-create sustainable new solutions and bring about change.
Only systemic approaches can lead to lasting transformation and collaboration is the key.
Thus the best results in organisational development are achieved by practicing integrated development approaches - combining coaching, training and participative leadership practices.
And that is how our executive development solutions are designed - as custom made, systemic, long-term learning journeys and practice fields. They promote self-awareness, challenge limiting beliefs and call for mastery and wisdom in the Leader’s way.
As your coach - I am your mirror, your sounding board, your challenger, your capacity building resource and your accountability partner.
Everything in my work is about inspiring leadership for transformational impact.
Inviting and encouraging self-awareness.
Awakening the drive for mastery in skill and wisdom in action.
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