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Executive Leadership Coaching

Executive coaching can be described as regular meetings between a business leader and a trained facilitator, designed to produce positive changes in business behavior within a specified time frame. Changes in business behavior then lead to better teamwork, more creative strategies and a more profitable bottom line.

Leadership coaching means developing the capabilities of a high potential employee from a mid-level or individual contributor role into a more strategic and big-picture role which positions them for taking on higher levels of responsibility. Focusing on their strengths, knowing who they are and how they show up in relation to people and situations gives a strong platform for moving higher.

Today, coaching is a popular and potent solution for ensuring top performance from an organization’s most critical talent and considered to be an important business tool.

Even though we’ve come out the other side of the recession, executives are still being stretched to think globally, work outside the box and create winning strategies. It’s a fast-moving marketplace for sure, and none of the old solutions seem to apply. Because of their position most business leaders don’t get feedback, have little time for introspection and can’t show vulnerability. It’s a lonely world in which businesses are hard pressed to reinvent their success formulas or else get left behind. Here’s where the coach comes in.

What's needed is a way to simplify, clarify, strategize and plan around the rapidly changing marketplace and to hire, engage & manage a talented workforce to execute the plan.

Ask yourself some important questions:

  • Do I need a new perspective?
  • Am I getting the results I want?
  • Am I driven to succeed but not sure of the best strategy?
  • Are we promoting our best & brightest to lead’?
  • Is my team made up of mostly A-players?
  • Do I struggle to remain calm when making decisions?
  • Am I on top of succession planning?
  • Am I able to engage my employees fully?
  • How do I best handle my negative employees?
  • Is our culture one of optimism and collaboration?

At Moving On, we're experts at helping our clients understand both the problem and the possibility. Judy Irving, Executive, Leadership, Business Coach and Owner of Moving On says, "Today's companies need strong leaders, tomorrow's even stronger. At Moving On, we take what 'sounds good' and help leaders translate it into world-class results. It's the all-important connection between ideas and implementation."

Moving On works with leaders in both small and large organizations to develop and improve leadership skills, management tools and processes as well as succession progression. We offer a wealth of resources, diagnostic tools (360, DISC, EQ) along with leadership and executive coaching to support our clients' success.

A sampling of clients include: MGM Grand, Cirque du Soleil, Cox Communications, Smith Barney, FOX, Coca-Cola, Aflac, YWS International, Nevada Public Radio, American Gem Society, CAEL, & the City of Las Vegas.

According to a study by the Center for Creative Leadership, managing change and business complexity was found to be the number 1 issue facing business leaders. Today's leaders need to:

  • Make good decisions fast.
  • Anticipate rather than react to change.
  • Focus on opportunities rather than problems.
  • Focus on being strategic while balancing the tactical aspects.
  • Prioritize and focus on what is important, delegating secondary tasks to others to develop expertise while achieve their objectives.
  • Plan for career transitions into and out of the organization
  • Develop leaders within the company to fill openings as more mature leaders move up or out of the organization.

"Move On" to Your Next Step: Contact us today for a no-obligation introductory conversation to determine how working with Moving On can support your personal and business goals. Telephone us at (702) 240-1866, or email to set up a time and date.

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