Executive Coaching

    Just like improving a golf game or learning to swing a baseball bat, the key to improving skills and changing behavior is ongoing, consistent practice coupled with follow up coaching.  Workplace people skills are no different.  With Executive Coaching, your Key Person will receive the structured focus and accountability to ensure implementation of maximization of your investment. Our Executive Coaching brings an ongoing methodology of support and implementation.

    In our follow-up Executive Coaching program your Key Person will speak weekly or every other week with their coach to ensure implementation of the action plan made in the one-day training.

    Results will be charted over the course of the three, six, or twelve month coaching engagement and the breakthroughs, insights, and skills obtained in our one day or group trainings will be consistently reinforced.

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    “My initial training with DBP was so helpful I wanted to keep going.

    Ongoing Executive Coaching gives me the focus and follow up to ensure I implement what I learned.

    It’s like my kids learning piano – regular weekly practice and lessons with the piano teacher is the formula for growing and learning new skills.”

    Why Choose Executive Coaching?

    Benefits:

     

    • Provide Focus upon return to work after training
    • Ensure implementation of new knowledge
    • Provide Accountability for action items following training
    • Ensure action is taken to implement change
    • Provide a resource for Key Person outside of the office
    • Customized to particular situation and individual trainee
    • Provide opportunity to understand an incident
    • Document organization’s response to an incident

    Respond To:

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    Best Practice when combined with One-on-One Sensitivity Training following an incident.  Make a commitment to actually changing problematic behavior by going beyond training and eduction.  Coaching is about implementation and insuring new knowledge translates into action.

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    Incidents arise from behaviors that are often deeply ingrained and conditioned.  Follow up coaching keeps the lessons of an individual training on the forefront of a trainees mind for weeks or months after an incident to enforce new behaviors.

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    Ongoing support and resource for your Key Person as they face the repetitive challenges of working differently with team members and particular co-workers.  Provide a resource for your Key Person to roll-play and strategize about important interactions.

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    People skills are one of the most critical skills sets we can develop.  Success achieved at work can largely depend on how well we understand ourselves and those with whom we interact.

     

    FAQ's for Executive Coaching

    Q: What benefits will the Coaching Client receive from an Executive Coaching?

    A:  Executive Coaching provides an individualized structure for focus, accountability, and action to ensure implementation and change.

    Q:  How does the coaching client “meet” with their coach?

    A:  Coaching Sessions are conducted by telephone. The client will initiate the phone call at the time you set for your coaching session with your coach.

    Q:  Are in-person sessions an option?

    A:  In-person sessions are considered One-on-One Individual Trainings. Many clients elect to combine follow up coaching session to follow an One-on-One Training session and then schedule an additional follow up live in-person session at the conclusion of the coaching contract as a book-end reinforcement of the total experience.

    Q:  How often are Coaching Sessions?

    A:  Coaching engagements may elect weekly or semi-monthly schedules.

    Q:  How long is each session?


    A:  Each coaching session is scheduled for 50 minutes.

    Q:  Will the Coaching Client have homework?


    A:  Your coach will not assign you homework for the sake of homework. However, the purpose of the engagement is to make progress on some action items; therefore, one can expect to end a session with a list of things to tackle – but these items come from the coaching client.

    Q:  Is this “Therapy”?


    A:  No. Business coaching is NOT a substitute for working with a licensed therapist, psychologist, psychiatrist, or any other medical professional. Coaches have insight and skills in a process that can lead to great changes and improvements, but they are not licensed therapists or medical professionals. Should your situation require a therapist or medical professional, you should consult one in addition to or instead of a Coach.

    Q: Can Executive Coaching be combined with One-on-One Sensitivity Training and Personality Assessment Briefing?

    A: Yes!

    Q: Do you work with Federal Agencies?

    A: Yes, we are on the GSA Schedule of alskdf. Click here for the GSA Schedule.

    Q: Can more than one person participate an Individual Executive Coaching?

    A: If more than one person requires coaching then two separate coaching contracts are required.

    Q: Do I (as an HR professional or company representative) get any documentation of the Coaching and the progress made by the Coaching Client?


    A: Yes.

    Q: Can I (as a company representative) get information on what specifically the Coaching Client talked about in the Coaching sessions?


    A: We offer the Coaching Client our commitment of confidentiality.

    Q: Can I (as a company representative) talk to the Coach about the coaching after it occurs?


    A: Yes.

    Q: Will your trainer offer legal advice to me or the Trainee?

    A: No.

    Q: Who are the Coaches?


    A: Click here for Trainer Bios.

    Q: Can I request a particular Coach?


    A:  You may request a coach, but we cannot guarantee that coach’s availability.

    Q: What’s next?

    A: Click here to request a specific date or more information or simply call us at 1-866-387-3367