|At a recent ASTD International Conference, Tina Sung,
CEO, noted that coaching is major trend for leadership development. Once
a perk reserved for top executives, coaches are now helping clients at all
levels, and in all stages of development.
A study of 100 coached professionals found a 570% return on investment:
In our individual coaching, we take an integrated approach, examining the four quadrants of our clients’ world: Internal (thoughts, feelings, emotions), External (behavior), Relationships, and Environment to help them see beyond self-imposed limitations and blind spots. We provide valuable feedback, insight, and guidance from an outside vantage point.
Our goal is to develop clients to be self-generating, self-correcting, excellent performers as they pursue personal and professional development. We provide our clients with the tools and objective means to resolve issues themselves and improve their personal and business performance concurrently.
Our trained, experienced coaches and mentors provide:
1. Tools to help clients examine their careers and lives objectively, and to clarify strengths, values and areas for improvement.
2. Structure and customized plans to help review and revise clients’ unique goals and specific action plans to remove blocks and achieve their desired results.
We deliver coaching and mentoring in a myriad of ways, tailored to your setting and schedule. Coaching can range from weekly 30-45 minute telephone calls to on site meetings for longer sessions and involve other staff as appropriate.
We also have extensive experience in setting up more formal mentoring programs within organizations to facilitate the transfer of critical skills and knowledge.
The Lieder Consulting Group offers the following products and services:
Quotes about Coaching:
"...other companies offer coaching as a prerequisite... in the understanding that everyone has blind spots and can benefit from a detached observer."
NEW YORK TIMES
"The hottest thing in management today is the executive coach."
"It's tough to develop without help... with coaching you get to see your blind spots in a safe environment”
THE DENVER POST
"Coaching is having a dedicated mentor; it's getting knowledgeable support and encouragement and a new way of looking at things when you need it."
"The goal of coaching is the goal of good management: to make the most of an organization's valuable resources."
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