• Accountability

    The process of holding yourself responsible for your actions, decisions, and ultimately, the outcomes you desire. It is about taking ownership of your goals and committing to the necessary steps to achieve them.

  • Action Plan

    A detailed roadmap that outlines the specific steps, goals, and timelines that a client will work towards during a coaching engagement. It is designed to provide a clear and structured framework to help clients achieve their desired outcomes. The key components of an action plan are often based on the SMART criteria, which stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound goals.

  • Assessment

    A multifaceted process that involves gathering data and information to gain insights and make informed judgments about a particular subject or situation. Its primary objective is to identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement.

  • Career Coaching

    A comprehensive and personalized guidance process designed to assist individuals in exploring, refining, and achieving their professional objectives. It involves a collaborative partnership between a trained career coach and the individual. It aims at helping them gain clarity, confidence, and direction in their career path.

  • Client

    Refers to the executive or leader who engages in a coaching relationship to receive personalized coaching services. The client is the central focus of the coaching process, and their professional growth, development, and success are the primary objectives.

  • Coach

    A highly skilled and experienced professional. He/she specializes in providing guidance, support, and constructive feedback to individuals with the aim of assisting them in enhancing their skills, abilities, and overall performance. As a trusted partner in the coaching relationship, the coach employs a variety of techniques, tools, and methodologies tailored to the individual’s unique needs and goals.

  • Coaching Agreement

    A formal written document that establishes the parameters and understanding between the coach and the client regarding their coaching engagement. The agreement outlines the scope of the coaching services, including the specific goals, objectives, and focus areas to be addressed during the coaching process. It also defines the roles, responsibilities, and expectations of both the coach and the client, establishing a framework for collaboration and accountability.

  • Coaching Plan

    A personalized and tailored roadmap that delineates the precise activities the client will undertake to accomplish their goals within the coaching engagement. It serves as a guide, providing clarity, structure, and direction for the client. It also includes measurable objectives, timelines, and key milestones to track the client’s progress toward their desired outcomes.

  • Coaching Session

    refers to a dedicated meeting between the coach and the client. It is specifically designed to facilitate meaningful dialogue, exploration, and growth. It serves as a platform for the client to receive personalized guidance, feedback, and support from the coach.

  • Communication Skills

    Refers to a set of competencies that enable individuals to express themselves clearly, and persuasively when conveying ideas, or information to others. These skills encompass various aspects, including verbal and nonverbal communication, active listening, empathy, clarity of expression, and adaptability in different contexts.

  • Discovery Session

    An essential introductory meeting between the coach and the client. It provides an opportunity for the coach and client to establish rapport, build trust, and identify the client’s goals, needs, and desired outcomes. It ensures mutual understanding and a solid foundation for the coaching relationship.

  • Executive Assessment

    A systematic process aimed at evaluating an executive’s skills, strengths, and areas for improvement in a professional context. It involves a combination of various assessment methods, and feedback mechanisms to gain a holistic understanding of an executive’s capabilities and potential.

  • Executive Coaching

    A transformative process designed to support executives and leaders in unlocking their full potential. It enhances their skills, improves their performance, and refines their behavior. It fosters self-awareness, promotes a growth mindset, and cultivates leadership qualities. It also empowers executives to inspire teams, make strategic decisions, and drive organizational excellence.

  • Executive Presence

    Refers to the distinct quality that enables individuals to project confidence, competence, and authority in a professional setting. It encompasses a combination of verbal and nonverbal communication skills, charisma, and a commanding presence.

  • Feedback

    Valuable information provided to the client by the coach with the intention of helping them enhance their performance and achieve their goals. It serves as a powerful tool for growth and development, offering insights, observations, and suggestions for improvement.

  • Follow-up

    Refers to the sustained support provided by the coach to the client even after the formal coaching engagement has concluded. It ensures continued progress toward the client’s goals. It involves maintaining a connection and periodically checking in with the client to provide guidance, accountability, and encouragement.

  • Goal Setting

    A strategic process that involves the client defining clear objectives that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART). It entails a thoughtful examination of desired outcomes, personal aspirations, and professional ambitions. By establishing SMART goals, they can effectively measure their achievements, make adjustments as needed, and celebrate milestones along the way.

  • Leadership Development

    A dynamic process that encompasses various programs, initiatives, and strategies aimed at equipping individuals with the competencies, and knowledge required to excel in leadership roles. It often includes experiential learning, coaching, and opportunities for reflection enabling individuals to enhance their leadership capabilities, drive organizational success, and create a positive impact in their spheres of influence.

  • Performance Management

    A systematic process that involves various activities. It aims to maximize employee performance and align it with organizational objectives. It begins with setting clear and specific performance goals that are measurable, achievable, and relevant to the individual and the organization.

  • Reflection

    A cognitive process that involves deep introspection and analysis of one’s own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Through reflection, individuals gain self-awareness, uncover insights, and acquire a deeper understanding of themselves, which can lead to personal growth, learning, and development.

  • Team Building

    a strategic process that focuses on enhancing the dynamics of a group of individuals working together towards a common goal. It involves deliberate efforts to improve communication, collaboration, and trust among team members. Through team-building activities, team members develop a deeper understanding of each other’s strengths, and foster open and constructive communication.