Executive and Leadership Coaching

Some people take the position that strong job skills are enough to make an executive, but the most successful executives have a much broader range of skills than the ones that served them well before they became executives.  Executive-level leadership today requires much more than being strong in your area of expertise.

By the same token, leadership is often defined as a vague and rather limited set of behaviors and attitudes.  It is better thought of, though, as a broad range of concrete, identifiable skills in the areas of people management and implementation. 

These are skills that can be learned.  I work with executives to identify gaps that they exhibit in the spectrum of executive leadership skills and to fill them.