FOR INDIVIDUAL SUCCESS
Success and Satisfaction
"Even before school starts at Stanford,
students take two mandatory classes,
one about self-assessment and the other about developing strategies to
manage their career.
'We call it career self-reliance.' says Andy Chan, Sanford's placement
director. 'You have to do it yourself'."
Company, March 2004, p. 61
Career self-reliance is just as important once you have left the comfort of
college and have launched your career−maybe
even more so.
Are you a “high-potential”
employee who wants to achieve success commensurate with your potential?
Coaching can help you
recognize your potential; understand your development needs; and commit to
an action plan to facilitate your growth and development. If this support is
sponsored by your organization, it can also
benefit your managers, who can learn how to champion and mentor you.
Are you an individual
who has accepted greater management or leadership responsibilities?
If you are a
less-seasoned member of a leadership team, you will find coaching to be a
confidential and less threatening way to acknowledge any management or
leadership deficiency. Then, you can take positive action to to assess
your leadership strengths, develop your leadership capabilities, and enhance
your leadership style. Depending on the your particular needs or
challenges, a coach can serve as a sounding board for dealing with specific
policy, project or personnel issues.
you would like to schedule an
please do not hesitate to contact me.