Who I work with
My executive coaching clients are business professionals who want to enhance their effectiveness in their current role, or get prepared for the next stage of their careers. The concept of Authentic Leadership is central to my executive coaching work. My clients tend to be proactive, determined professionals eager to realise their potential. They also have the innate self-awareness required to move rapidly from insight to behavioural adjustment.
Executive Coaching Themes & Topics
Personalised up-skilling in areas such as-
- Presentation Skills
- Communication & Influencing
- Emotional Intelligence
- Working Relationships
- Time Management and Organisational Skills
- How to have greater impact in your current role
- Career Direction – getting more focused (& sometimes more motivated!)
- Developing your Leadership & Personal Brand
- Work/Life Balance
- Stress Management
- Career Fulfilment
- Boosting Self-Confidence
How Executive Coaching works
Executive Coaching is a ‘pit stop’ an opportunity for you to ‘step out’ of your daily role and gain new insights and skills tailored to your specific needs. The coaching sessions therefore take place at my offices (The Crescent Building, Northwood, Santry, Dublin 9.)
During executive coaching sessions I endeavour to strike the optimum balance between skills transfer, situational analysis/ discussion and indirective coaching, where precise questioning on my part will assist you in reaching your own answers, insights and clarity.
Just like an athletic coaching session, executive coaching is a ‘work-out’ designed to strengthen you by both challenging and supporting you to achieve your desired outcomes.
We Kick off with you completing a Pre-Coaching Questionnaire so we can determine a plan of action.
Executive Coaching sessions are two or three hours in duration depending on your requirements.
The cost of Executive Coaching sessions is dependent on the number and frequency of the coaching sessions.
You can go to my interview skills coaching page to know what I offer there.
‘Working Smarter’ is a phrase heard in every boardroom, but what does it mean? Working smarter always means identifying what you are no longer going to do and to stop doing it. It makes sense because as there are only so many hours in the day, if you are looking to do more of anything (strategic thinking, innovation, relationship building) it means you have to drop some tasks and habits that have passed their sell by date.
What do you need to stop doing?
What habitual task or behavior is no longer serving you?
What are you doing inconsistently well?