Personal Executive Coaching

For over 20 years, we've had the privilege of helping leaders across Africa reach their next level. We're still here and committed to helping new and current leaders reach their next level of leadership excellence.

How do you know if coaching is right for you?

We believe people get the best out of themselves when they understand the learning and development style that comes most naturally to them. Whether you choose a structured executive education course or one-on-one coaching, what is ultimately important is the method you choose should help you refine and hone your skills so that you reach even greater levels of success.

Coaching can be right for these types of situations

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Improve high-stakes decision-making

Developing the right thinking for the kind of high stakes decisions leaders must make every day.

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The need for personal sounding board

Ideal for leaders who recognise the value of having a sounding board or mirror to encourage personal reflection to enable them to clarify options and determine the best mix of their own skills and experience to meet each new challenge.

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Bringing objectivity in difficult situations

Leaders are human too, so it is understandable when they can find it difficult to be completely neutral with critical situations. A coach is a totally objective perspective from a non-judgemental and impartial partner who is unaffected by corporate politics.

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Conducive environment + process for growth

Executives, managers and business owners have reported coaching process helped them achieve increased self-awareness, better interpersonal skills, self-regulation, motivation and improved leadership abilities.

Client Stories

To give you a better understanding of the objectives, process and outcomes behind coaching, please have a look through the client studies below. Kindly contact us if you feel this is a process that can help you achieve your goals.

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Balancing the new and old guards in the family business 

One of our coaches was called in to assist a third-generation leader of a family business win the trust of the senior leaders and encourage them to adapt to new ways.

 

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Helping a young leader make their mark

A young leader who had been employed by a big international mining company needed a way to build strong working relationships with his team and general managers.

 

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Finding focus and overcoming self-doubt

A medical doctor’s ineffective time management and self-doubt was holding her back from achieving her personal and professional goals.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

HOW LONG DOES coaching TAKE?

Sessions should take place every 3 to 4 weeks. Sessions generally last 1½ hours, but can be as short or as long as you require.

How do I know which coach is right for me?

We understand the importance of a good match between coach and client. We are very experienced at doing this. A lead coach will meet with each potential client, explain to them how the process works and assess from their discussion, who from our large team would be the best match.

The lead coach will then organize a chemistry session to determine each party’s comfort with the coaching relationship and clarify any outstanding issues that need to be addressed in preparation for the coaching process.

Do You Only Work With Established Companies?

No, we’re committed to assisting leadership teams in organizations of all sizes and stages of growth.

We believe the small businesses of today will be the big businesses of tomorrow, so we equally welcome leadership teams of early stage companies.

Do You Offer Ongoing Consulting Services?

We work on a retainer and the coach is available for contact whenever issues arise in-between regular sessions. This is normally by telephone, SMS, email, Skype or additional face-to-face sessions.

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