In sensitive issues you might lack someone to turn to
The remedy is a large whiteboard and a consultant asking the right questions.
Finally, an experience I did not anticipate when I first started working with senior executives: The need to simply shed annoyances and frustrations. The most amusing version of that need came from a director leading a large organisation. Tongue in cheek, she said: “Just let me barf a little, then I’ll be able to carry on.” It seems also senior managers are only human beings.
Regardless of the situation you find yourself in, it is my experience that executive coaching gives you the breathing space and the time you need to reflect. If this resonates with you, why not get in touch, and find out how I can assist you.
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Within your organisation, you always have to think carefully about what you say and how you say it.
If you are a managing director considering an organisational change you may need to test out and develop your ideas in the safety of a confidential conversation with a trusted advisor. Or maybe you are experiencing motivational issues and do not feel confident sharing them with your chairman.
You may lead a manager who is not performing as expected but before taking any action you need to unscramble your thoughts and illuminate the issue properly.
Besides the above, it is not uncommon for senior executives who deal with substantial complexity, to sometimes need help in recapturing their overview.
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