Great leaders aren’t born; they’re made. Recognise the huge difference between a boss and a leader through executive coaching.
As your personal coach, I can provide a mirror to help you see opportunities to be a more effective leader. I will help keep you motivated and accountable as you consider new perspectives embodying the leadership attributes you value.
- Have you recently been promoted and want to prepare for your new role?
- Are you curious about emotional intelligence and how it will help you connect with your team?
- Do you have a long list of to-do’s but lack the energy to accomplish them?
- Do you want to develop self-awareness?
- Are you teetering on the edge of burnout?
- Are you struggling to motivate your team and keep them accountable to goals and metrics?
- Is communication with others challenging?
- Do you feel like an impostor and want to develop your leadership confidence?
If you answered “yes” to any (or a few) questions, this executive coaching is for you!
Whether managing people for the first time or being a seasoned leader, we all have room to grow. Effectively managing and leading your team helps you focus your time on what’s truly important and continue to advance in your organisation.
Partnering with me will help you build self-awareness, develop your leadership capabilities and maximise team performance.Krishna Athal
I have undergone rigorous training and am an expert in this field. I utilise evidence-based coaching models and proven methodologies to help you navigate even the trickiest personnel situations and inspire your team to give their all.
I utilise a unique blend of live one-on-one coaching sessions and a proprietary curriculum in our coaching. I will assign you modules to complete between sessions to document your reflections, insights and commitments to maximise the impact of your time spent together. While the curriculum will be tailored to you and your unique needs, it typically includes:
Understand where your organisation is headed and your role
First, I will work with you to gain clarity on your organisation’s goals and how you and your team contribute to them. This will help you begin to formulate goals for where you want to develop and how you want to advance your team and career. I will utilise assessments to establish baselines on your current leadership style.
Develop skills to be a people-first leader
The most challenging part of effective leadership isn’t learning presentation skills or how to run a meeting — it’s how to lead, develop and inspire your people. This coaching phase teaches you frameworks and techniques that will help you elevate your relationships with your direct reports and understand their unique needs and motivations as employees.
Fine-tune leadership competencies and performance management
During this phase of our leadership coaching track, you’ll work with your personal coach to identify and refine your strengths as a leader. You’ll learn new techniques to optimise your team’s performance, including effective feedback and appreciative inquiry.
Learn to coach your team to success
There are times to manage, and there are times to coach. You’ll learn the difference and when each is appropriate. I will work with you to develop skills to understand mindsets and help reframe situations for your team. You’ll become a master at tailoring your style for each person’s needs so that your team will be more engaged and higher performing than ever.
|• Lead Your Team||• Give Feedback Effectively||• Achieve Your Strategic Vision||• Manage Time|
|• Build Emotional Intelligence||• Shift Habitual Thought Patterns and Beliefs||• Increase Organisation and Productivity||• Communicate More Effectively|
|• Set High Expectations||• Hold Your Team Accountable||• Coach Your Team||• Delegate|
|• Reduce Stress||• Build and Strengthen Relationships||• Accomplish Significant Goals||• Change Habits|
|• Confidence||• Personal Growth||• Securing a Promotion||• Impostor Syndrome|
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.”
John Quincy Adams