Leadership Coaching

Your leadership coach will work one-on-one with you to challenge you to fulfill your professional and personal aspirations.

Working With Your Coach

You set the goals for this relationship. Your coach has two responsibilities, first, to help you identify your leadership development goals and second, to build a pathway that allows you to address your challenges in order to succeed.

Engaging a Leadership Coach is a sign that you recognize the importance of your leadership and potential to create more value for you and your business.

I have worked with MGL over the past 6 years. We have partnered with them on their Open Leadership Development Programs and have already seen great return on investment. So much so, that I have just agreed to send 2 more of my Senior Managers to the same program later this year.

Chris Birch

C Level, Technology

7 Steps To A Successful Coaching Development Plan

  1. Set the tone
  2. Establish goals
  3. Set responsibilities
  4. Define the process
  5. Acknowledge what you will get
  6. Set benchmarks
  7. Review the relationship

Review and Discuss your coaching experience

Agree on the potential that you want to invest in to become more successful

Decide when, where and how often you'll meet.

Set relationship goals and identify the development goals you'd like to achieve.

Acknowledge the benefits that you expect to receive.

Decide on how you're going to work to deliver your development plan.

Measure your progress and schedule when you expect to meet each goal.

We have made tremendous progress that I believe would not have been possible without Tim's presence.

Eleanor O'Neil

Chief Customer Officer

The Sum is Greater than its parts

ALICE© - our unique coaching protocol produces extraordinary results and promotes deep changes in leadership behaviour.