Coaching isn’t an addition to a leader’s job. It’s an integral part of it. George S. Odiome

I am a
Royal Roads University Certified Executive Coach

My Services

• Executive Coaching
• Team Coaching
• Integration

• Lifestyle Coaching

My coaching is
• client centred
• performance focused
• outcome oriented

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What is executive coaching used for?

To develop leadership potential and support succession planning:  Emerging leaders are the leaders of tomorrow. As the baby boom generation approaches retirement, it is crucial that the next generation of leaders have the skills, knowledge and experience to guide their organizations into the future. Coaching supports leadership skill development in preparation for future job responsibilities.

To build stronger teams: Team coaching moves groups toward optimum creativity and productivity. With team coaching, a team becomes more aware of its own processes and becomes self-managing. Team coaching improves team cooperation and decision making; builds team skill in managing and moving beyond conflict; maximizes the value of diversity of team members; increases productivity; and achieves desired results.

To aid integration of formal learning: Translating new knowledge into a skill that becomes part of our everyday way of being takes practice and support. One-on-one coaching sessions immediately following the training enhance the skill integration process. By providing guidance, feedback and ongoing encouragement, coaching ensures that the dollars spent on training have lasting value.

To stretch and risk, and move to the next level of performance:  Clients push themselves outside of their comfort zone and achieve excellence with the support of a coach.

To build relationships: Coaching helps forge the relationships that are the basis for “synergy” and extraordinary results.

To develop emotional intelligence: Through self-awareness and self-discipline, coaching cultivates the capability to handle situations with compassion and competence.

To receive feedback: Coaching feedback includes active listening, formal assessment tools, and feedback about performance, behavior, style, and possible blind spots.

To develop work-life balance:  Being a CEO, president, manager, or line worker is only one aspect of a full life of friends, family and interests. Coaching supports balance and harmony in all of these areas.

To be more effective in communication: The gift of language is a very powerful tool. Coaching supports contextual listening and speaking directly to achieve desired results.

To increase personal power: Coaching helps develop deep, inner resources and build resiliency.

To tap into passion:  Passion is the expression of a unique, powerful gift. Coaching helps define, and then create, a legacy from the passion within.

To plan strategically: Coaching helps create and implement personal and corporate visions essential for progress and outstanding results. Coaching helps clarify where one wants to go and how one intends to get there.