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Leadership Coaching | Edelweiss Leadership Solutions
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First and foremost, humans are emotional creatures. Our emotions and communications are apparent in everything we say and do – even saying and doing nothing communicates a lot. The majority of challenges we face in leadership or everyday work situations stem from communication dynamics that are in turn driven by emotional responses to our environments and the people in them. Research has repeatedly confirmed that improving communication skills and emotional intelligence is the smartest and fastest way to become an effective leader.

The foundation of my leadership coaching services is over two decades of working with individuals of all levels and size of corporation, around the globe. Because communications are most often the reason for conflict in the workplace, my focus is on workplace communications and emotional intelligence. These types of conflict can be due to basic personality types, generational differences, cultural differences, and seniority, to name just a few. 

I am an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF). The ACC certification is a must-have for professional coaches who understand the importance of increasing their credibility through established global standards of ethics and professionalism. In addition, I am a certified Marshall Goldsmith coach and an Advanced Certified Personal and Executive Coach through the College of Executive Coaching.

About My Coaching Services

How We Might Work Together
Below is the coaching process I typically engage in with clients. Although flexible and customizable, this is a tried-and-true process that works well in most cases.

  1. Hold a complimentary get-to-know-you session to assess mutual right fit
  2. Sign the coaching engagement contract and agreements
  3. Hold the preliminary intake session
  4. Conduct assessments and collect stakeholder feedback
  5. Review the completed assessments and feedback, and establish coaching goals based on those results
  6. Conduct a pre-determined number of coaching sessions
  7. Conduct goal progress and overall coaching check-ins at pre-determined milestone dates
  8. End of engagement: Measure and communicate the impact of the coaching engagement, and discuss continued coaching depending on client needs
Tools & Methodologies
I place significant importance on formal training and ongoing education to ensure that I am using the best coaching tools available. I am a highly methodical and process-oriented person, and from the very beginning of the coaching relationship until the very end, I lead my clients through a clearly articulated development program. Quantifying the benefits of the coaching process is paramount to my practice.

I am proud to be certified through the best training programs available today. The certifications I received through world renowned organizations allow you to partner with me knowing that you are in the most capable hands. I am an Advanced Certified Executive Coach through the College of Executive Coaching, an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coach Federation, a certified Prosci Change Management professional, and am qualified to administer the EQ-i 2.0 and 360 assessments. In addition, I am a Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered certified coach, which is one of the most prestigious leadership program certifications available today.

Common Behaviors Addressed
Communication and emotional intelligence challenges appear in many different ways in fast-paced leadership environments, some obvious and some not. Here is a sample list of behaviors we might work on during the coaching relationship.

  1. Interpersonal conflicts
  2. Navigating change initiatives
  3. Interacting with colleagues from other generations
  4. Active listening skills
  5. Respect / authority issues
  6. Building virtual teams
  7. Being too assertive, or not assertive enough
  8. Delegation challenges
  9. Collaborating with colleagues from different cultures
  10. Greater self-awareness
  11. Building collegial relationships
  12. And more…
Pricing & Fees
I offer a range of consulting project, coaching program, and training session options. Please contact me to discuss your organization’s needs so that I can send you my pricing sheet, or tailor a custom quote if appropriate.

Communication Skills

Individuals with strong communication skills provide more benefits to their organizations than just playing well with others. According to a 2009/2010 Towers Watson study, companies with leaders who are highly effective communicators had 47% higher total returns to shareholders over five years compared with firms that have leaders who are the least effective communicators. The days of viewing communication as a soft skill with little measurable impact are over. Organizations that are serious about success place high value on communication skills.

Emotional Intelligence

The business world fundamentally changed after Daniel Goleman’s bestseller Emotional Intelligence hit the bookshelves in 1995. It legitimized emotions in the workplace in ways that even the most intellectual leaders could be comfortable with, and since then, peer-reviewed research has repeatedly validated the key role that emotional savvy plays in effective leadership. Executives worldwide have come to appreciate how the many dimensions of emotional intelligence have deep and long-lasting impact on organizational success. Emotional intelligence is intrinsically tied to communication, as emotions play a strong role in the way one communicates.

Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching

Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching is the world’s premier executive coaching company with the largest network of top coaches all certified in the same coaching process. Ranked as the World’s #1 Leadership Thinker by Harvard Business Review and Thinkers 50, Marshall Goldsmith’s coaching process has been used by more than 150 of the Fortune 500’s top leaders to take their performance to the next level.

As a Marshall Goldsmith certified coach, I bring a unique and highly sought after set of skills, expertise and tools to leaders who are committed to making measurable improvement in their professional lives.

The Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching methodology is so effective that it is guaranteed. If the leader client does not make measurable growth over the twelve month engagement, then the client will not be charged any fees. We refer to that as our “no growth, no pay model.” The “no growth, no pay” model is unthinkable to most executive coaches. To Marshall Goldsmith coaches such as myself, however, it makes perfect sense. With an average success rate of 95% using a methodology that has helped so many of the world´s most senior level global executives succeed, the results speak for themselves.

Simply put: the methodology works.

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