"What got you here, won’t get you there."
"Most of us come up against personal and professional problems that are just too big to handle alone.”
Keith Ferazzi in "Who's Got Your Back?
"Recent studies show business coaching and executive coaching to be the most effective means for achieving sustainable growth, change and development in the individual, group and organization."
These quotes sum up why I'm here. Most people in leadership positions may have learned a specific discipline such as finance, engineering, marketing, manufacturing, design, sales, etc. but had very little or no training in how to do what they spend their time doing:
I'd like to help you with that.
Have you ever wished you had somebody to talk to privately? About anything?
What aspect of your leadership requires some fine tuning?
Questions for you:
*Why do you think almost all iconic American leaders have coaches?*What is frustrating you?
*Your most daunting challenge?
*What decisions are you putting off because you just can’t decide?
*Who is your most diffiicult team member and what are you doing about it?
*How good are you at recruiting and developing top quality talent?
*Who's holding YOU accountable?
*Who's Got Your Back?
The Five Biggest Mistakes Leaders Make:
*Not delegating enough or ineffectively.
*Not giving enough recognition
*Competing with their own people without realizing it.
*Not understanding differences in people.
How guilty are you?
Have you ever asked yourself:
*How do I get my team more
*How do I hold people more accountable?
*How effective is constructive criticism?
*Why do I have such a hard time with ______________?
Larry Venable has spent most of his life helping others achieve – from his early years as a 3M sales rep helping independent dealers grow their businesses, through his many years conducting leadership seminars in 8 countries, to helping CEOs deal with their many challenges, issues, and opportunities as a Chair/Coach for Vistage, the world's largest organization of CEOs.