have worked with those on track to higher positions, helping them
enhance their potential and potential derailers as well. No, we
really can't make a silk purse out of a cow's ear. But how many
cows ears do you have in your executive ranks? Derailers are typically
quite bright, very dedicated and professional people who need some
help to get back on course.
are experienced in providing 360 Feedback in a one-on-one environment.
have hosted upward feedback and lateral feedback sessions with subordinates
and peers, respectively.
have gathered data via surveys, focus groups, one-on-one interviews,
and direct observations of staff meetings, and of meetings with
subordinates, peers and and superiors.
know how to make the points that need to be made while respecting
the position and achievements of your high level people.
help your people acquire the skills they need in the "real world"
instead of what sounds good in a classroom.
also find that misunderstanding and lack of understanding has played
a big part of any previous problems. That...and inefficient organizational
rules and practices that seem to creep into even the best organizations
from time to time. We help identify and deal with both issues as
background to do this includes academic training at undergraduate
and graduate levels in business and in the counseling arenas, corporate
and industrial training at places like the Center for Creative Leadership,
our own executive experience, and more than 25 years of coaching
and executive development experience.
us for more information by calling us at (866) 230-3131 or by filling
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