of my work with many senior executives, I suspect you have
questions like some of the following:
Who can you confide in? (Your peers are your competitors for
the few positions above.)
How best to leverage your strengths? (Including the hidden ones.)
is boldness best? (Timing is everything.)
you doing consistent career review and planning? (Leaving
do you grow your people? (Adding coaching skills to your management
can you be frank with yourself about your weaknesses? (Avoid
helps you broaden your perspective? (Step back from the details
to see the big picture of what you really want.)
is the most effective mix of work/non-work? (For you.)
do you decide if/when to leave the company? (Always an option
- rarely necessary.)
receive assistance in many areas. Have you ever wondered if
your own business and life coach would be a useful addition to
your team? I'm an outsider, not caught up in the daily corporate
intrigue, not vying for a promotion, focused only on assisting
you on your journey.
have worked with executives at Texas Instruments, ExxonMobil,
Lynch, Fujitsu, Celanese, Morgan Stanley, TXU, Sabre, Smith-Barney,
and Lee, Hecht, Harrison, among many others.
world as a senior executive
is different from running a small business. I understand.
would it be like if you had a coach helping you see things from
a different perspective? Call me at 903-786-4786 to see if you
and I can develop the trust which will let my coaching assist
A business coach for
you, yes, but also a life coach.