Striving for perfection is outdated. The new paradigm is all about learning - will you learn and how quickly will you adapt?
The CHALLENGE: We’re all busy. Our workloads are full. Who has the time to expand their professional development? And yet, who can afford not to?
Leadership Coaching is a personalized approach that gets to the core of your professional development needs. The “soft skills” of people management, inspiration, and persuasion are no longer soft: they are essential skills, especially now in our hybrid world.
A big part of coaching is having a trusted, confidential resource to practice, try new things and share concerns, fears, achievements—someone who is not your boss and is totally focused on and dedicated to YOU.
The RESPONSE: Our coaching packages are flexible to fit within any busy leader’s schedule. These coaching sessions provide awareness, skill building, and practice.
Our coaching process is personal, connects to the heart of the matter and assists you individually to set your priorities, identify what you need, and assist you to get where you want to go.
There are 3 phases to the process:
Topics that can be covered include how to:
Gail’s ability to connect with people with vastly different personalities—and levels and types of responsibility—within an organization sets her apart from other leadership coaches. So, too, does her warmth, honesty, perceptiveness, and authentic investment in the success of her clients.
Our leadership team has benefited from working with Gail and Jerome Green. They both have their own effective style and approach to assisting leaders to strengthen their skills, communicate effectively, and learn to work through challenges. Their dedication and passion make them valuable, useful coaches while our galleries are growing and changing.
I now have a toolbox that will help me develop strong communication skills, conflict skills, and relationship management skills. All these things combined will make me a better Leader, Husband, and Father.
I find myself feeling more confident and willing to embrace change. Thank you for reminding me that awkward is not a permanent state of being. It gets easier, then harder, then plateauing, and starts all over again. It has also been useful in my personal life as a parent and as a spouse- sometimes these aspects of our lives can be equally demanding.