Potential clients often ask what kinds of results past clients have achieved through my coaching programs. I’ve prepared the case studies listed here as composites of former clients, but names and other identifiers were changed to protect the confidentiality of my client.
Developing C-Suite Caliber Executive Presence
Because Jennifer’s company valued her as one of their highest potential talents, they invested in coaching to help strengthen her soft skills and overall executive presence.
From Executive Indecision to Nearly 200% Sales Growth
Despite a talent for forging great relationships with team members, clients, and key partners within his industry, William struggled to communicate up the organizational ladder within his own company hierarchy.
Moving from Irrelevant to Irreplaceable
Despite his talent and accomplishments, Bob had trouble promoting himself to senior decision makers. After he started to feel as though he was being pushed aside in his career he contacted me about private coaching sessions.
Expanding Value beyond Limitations for the Big Promotion
Debbie was on the high potential list and was being considered for promotion to Partner within a large, prestigious organization. But she had stiff competition from several other top candidates who were also short-listed for that lucrative position.
Ensuring Accelerated Leadership Success by Developing Others
All of his team members appreciated that he was willing to roll up his sleeves and get down in the trenches with them to get the job done. But he had not yet created a high performance team environment, and had not proven himself capable of developing talent by supporting the success of others.
CEO Leadership, Company Growth, and Life/Work Balance
She contacted me for help in projecting a greater sense of leadership influence and executive presence when dealing with the media or delivering keynote speeches at large conferences. Susan also wanted to cultivate a stronger and more resonant personal brand.
Becoming Presidential – Not Just in Title but Also in Substance
Rebecca worked in a male-dominated industry and earned a great promotion to President. But soon after her executive appointment she was delicately informed that her overall presence did not communicate a distinctly presidential demeanor.