Coaching

Increase self-awareness, broaden perspective, remove blockers, and make the incremental changes needed to make a positive difference

Fifteen years of coaching and developing leaders backed by twenty years of 'real world' leadership experience.

Coaching with Jim is a collaborative and transformative process that requires courage, humility and discipline on the part of the individual or team being coached. He will help you to:

  • Honestly assess where you are.

  • Identify where where you want to be and what's meaningful about it.

  • Understand your narratives and how they are impeding success.

  • Challenge your thinking and focus on what's really important.

Jim believes that most leaders know the answers... They just need someone to be present, listen and ask the right questions.

INDIVIDUAL COACHING

INDIVIDUAL COACHING

Helping individuals to identify blind spots, address areas of concern and focus on what's really important.

TEAM COACHING

TEAM COACHING

Helping teams to engage in meaningful conversations, align around a shared purpose and work cohesively.

A tried and proven process

Jim's coaching process focuses on identifying where change is needed, the behaviors that are on display and incremental changes that are required. There is a particular emphasis on involving stakeholders throughout the process.

Phase 1 - The Engagement

The Brief

A brief discussion with the sponsor to understand their view of the coaching objective.

Phase 1 - The Engagement

Phase 1 - The Engagement

The Fit

A chemistry session between the coachee and prospective coach is conducted to determine if there is a fit.

Phase 1 - The Engagement

The Contract

The coach and coachee sign a contract outlining their respective roles and responsibilities.

Phase 1 - The Engagement

Phase 2 - Setting the Scene

Situational Assessment

Assessments, 360 degree surveys, and interviews are employed to better understand the current situation.

Phase 2 - Setting the Scene

The Check-In

Objectives for the coaching engagement are defined by the coachee and shared with stakeholders.

Phase 2 - Setting the Scene

Phase 3 - Transitioning

Incremental Change

One to two pivotal areas of change are identied and worked on over the course of 3 - 4 coaching sessions.

Phase 3 - Transitioning

The Midway

A check-in with stakholders to determine whether a positive behavioural change has been observed.

Phase 3 - Transitioning

Phase 3 - Transitioning

Incremental Change

An additional one to two pivotal areas of change are identied and worked on over the course of 3 - 4 coaching sessions.

Phase 4 - The Impact

The Check-out

A final check-out with stakholders to determine the value of the positive behavioural change that has occured.

Phase 4 - The Impact

Let's talk about what leadership should look like

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