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1-2-1 Executive Coaching In Leicester

Mark Evans - Executive Coaching Leicester

‘This has been my first real experience of coaching in a work-based context and I embarked on it with an open mind, but unsure of the value it would bring to me. Looking back I can see that each session was valuable and provided practical insights. I think the value only increased with each session as the coaching relationship developed and I gained confidence in the areas of my professional life that could benefit from Mark’s input. Without the coaching my levels of stress would have been considerably higher, more significantly impacting my ability to be effective in the work place. Coaching allowed me to remain strong even in the face of adversity.’ Management Consultant, Pharmaceutical Industry

Increasing performance and realising potential

Do you or your organisation’s leaders and potential leaders need someone else to speak to? Do you or they need to have conversations that are not being had elsewhere if your potential and that of key others is to be realised? Is this what your organisation wants for you, its leaders and those with the potential to lead?

Effective executive coaching provides:

  • A confidential outsider with the organisation’s interests at heart
  • Time and space for coachees to reflect in order to set clear goals and objectives
  • Someone who is supportive, non-judgemental but also challenging
  • An Accredited coach with the necessary experience, skills, ideas and knowledge to develop someone’s potential
  • A professional with a psychological background in containing and transforming emotions that hinder performance into ones that improve it
  • Coaching strategies that ensure new, positive habits die hard

As an experienced and accredited coach there is a good chance I can work effectively with you and your organisation’s leaders.

Interested? Contact CWI for more information on our 1-2-1 executive coaching

Why executive coaching fails:

‘If you treat an individual as he is, he will stay as he is, but if you treat him as if he were what he ought to be and could be, he will become what he ought to be and could be’ Goethe