Team and individual executive coaching is offered to strengthen both professional and personal competencies for leaders.
For the executive, the process begins with initial interviews and agreed upon assessments, often including an interview-based 360. The Emergent Success coach and executive leadership then co-create the success criteria and measurable outcomes within an agreed upon coaching plan.
Executives learn to lead with propelling inquiry to create a laser-focused and critical thinking approach that empowers them for thoughtful assessment and strategic implementation of team leadership practices. Executives then act their way into a new way of thinking that is in alignment with their team and company goals.
Team Executive Coaching is an integration of individual and group coaching processes that facilitates the movement of an identified group/team to embrace their full potential through both relationships and results.
“Teaming is a verb.” says Amy Edmondson in her latest book Teaming: how organizations, learn, innovate and compete in the knowledge economy. Whether a leader is working with an intact or situational team, how to lead and be a team is more work than just being at a meeting together.
Our coaching process emphasizes the use of our foundational Reflective. Collaborative. Transformative.℠ System (RCT). Here are a few questions to consider:
Reflective: What are your desired outcomes as a team? Are team and individual goals aligned? Does the organization support/compensate you for being effective as a team? What are you willing to do differently to co-create a successful team?
Collaborative: Do you know how to navigate both individual and group needs? Do the processes you use facilitate you working as a successful team? Are you deciding about others without their input? Are you silo-busting or silo-building?
Transformative: Have you embraced the idea that you succeed best when your team does? Have you created an environment where it is safe to speak up and learn from each other? How do you learn from and celebrate both failure and success?