You’ve known for sometime that you wanted to lead. It comes naturally to you, but you didn’t get here over night. You’ve worked hard to get to this point in your career, demonstrating a level of ambition, vision and determination that sets you apart from others. You’re wondering what it takes to get to that next level of performance. What will that path look like? You know that a Leadership Coach can help you set the course, but you demand someone with unparalleled professionalism, and the competence and skills to help you produce lasting, measurable changes.
Now’s the time to take the next step …
At LMA, we want to develop a powerful, trusting relationship that provides you with the safe space you need to explore personal strengths and limitations, experiment with new behaviors, and reflect on how you want to show up as a leader.
We’re committed to providing the right combination of challenge and support to help you clarify your destination and acquire the right tools and perspective to get there successfully. Our approach is informed by the belief that trust, candor, and empathy are the cornerstones of every successful coaching relationship.
Coaching services we offer include:
- Executive Coaching
- High Potential & Emerging Leaders Coaching
- Women in Leadership
- Coach the Coaches
- Assessment Debriefs
- Career Coaching
- Peter Principle Prevention
- Business Coaching
- Relationship Coaching & Conflict Resolution
- Post- Training ROI Coaching
- On- Boarding Coaching
- Transitions Coaching
Performance = Potential – Interference
This equation is from Tim Gallwey’s best selling book, “The Inner Game of Work.” Today’s leaders have plenty of potential, but they are under enormous pressure to produce results in a complex environment. Their performance is ultimately determined by how much interference is getting in the way of their ability to achieve their goals.
The business pages are filled with examples of leaders who derail too early in their careers. Ultimately, business performance is impacted negatively when leaders fail to address the personal interference that gets in the way of them maximizing their full potential.
Sadly, the number one reason people leave companies is because of poor relationships with their manager and team members. Most often they cite not feeling valued, heard, trusted, or understood. We know employee retention and engagement are foundational to business performance. Studies reveal those leaders who have developed behaviors associated with emotional intelligence outperform others in engaging and retaining top talent.
Whew! Being a leader today isn’t easy.
In addition to being technically competent and qualified, great leaders must have high levels of self-awareness and social/emotional intelligence. At LMA, we help leaders maximize their potential by highlighting their strengths, and minimizing their interference, in short – we help them get out of their own way.
We know it’s tough to lead today’s workforce. We’re here to help.