Coaching for the Thoughtful Leader

Coaching is a powerful process that enables you to express your thoughts, explore possibilities and consider new alternatives. It helps you view people and situations from different perspectives while encouraging you to play with ideas and broaden your thinking for strategic action.

While coaching is beneficial to most people, for Thoughtful Leaders it holds even greater power.

In many business environments, change is constant, decisions are made quickly, and often there is little time to reflect. Work environments can be open and noisy. At home, the setup may not be ideal or all the juggling may be exhausting. None of this is ideal for the deep, reflective thinking Thoughtful Leaders prefer.

For some leaders, as they grow in their roles, their opportunities to converse confidentially, openly, with unbiased colleagues are limited.

Coaching with me provides you with a calm, objective, mind-opening oasis where we focus on one agenda: your success.

My goal is to increase your awareness of the ways in which your strengths, experience, talents and expertise intertwine and position you for growth. You learn to communicate to get the results you want, even in difficult situations. Leadership skills that come naturally to you are strengthened and the ones you want to develop are cultivated.

“Mary’s intuition and careful listening allowed her to quickly re-frame my perspective, turning challenges into opportunities and illuminating a path I hadn’t been able to see.
“aha” moments I experienced were too numerous to count.”
Senior Associate Director, Business Development

Many leaders slog through weeds every day. Coaching lifts you up and out of those weeds enabling you to see what you can do differently and take action to achieve it.

“Mary not only challenged my way of thinking about myself and certain situations, but also increased my confidence level. I have grown both personally and professionally. I often hear her voice in my head when I am working with my team. It is evident that this is her passion and my success is her goal, not just mine. It has truly been an invaluable experience.”
Business Process Manager

Coaching is for you, about you, not dictated to you. You learn more about yourself and grow in ways you may not expect.  You come to our sessions with topics you want to discuss, and together we draw out the best in you through powerful questions and your commitment to move forward.

You are supported as you shift your mindset and develop new habits.

If you think you would flourish in a small group setting, my Mastermind for Thoughtful Leaders may be ideal for you.

Ready to take action? Contact me and let me know what you’d like to achieve and why it’s important to you.

Why I work with Thoughtful Leaders

I coach Thoughtful Leaders because I’ve experienced countless times what they can do when empowered to be more of themselves, particularly when they have someone who believes in them.

I love listening and asking questions that draw out their best thinking. I enjoy helping them view situations, people – and themselves – from different perspectives.

I am committed to helping Thoughtful Leaders realize what they can do to get traction on what’s important to them, what’s possible for them. I know they carry within strengths, capabilities and possibilities that are waiting to be unleashed.

“Now I know what I’m capable of… what I can be and do as a leader. I know what to stop doing that is not good for me or others. I know that I am a stronger leader and have a more cohesive team now because I’ve made changes that are making a difference. Others have noticed it, too.”
Marketing Director

Sometimes, Thoughtful Leaders may not show up the same as their more extroverted colleagues, but they are as sharp, as creative, and generate outstanding contributions. They also can draw out the best in others as they listen intently and ask insightful questions.

“Mary provides a perspective that is objective and not biased or judgmental. Our coaching partnership has helped me have a renewed sense of focus and a greater sense of self. Mary doesn’t provide advice but rather offers thought-provoking questions to put you in the driver’s seat. She helped me formulate my vision of success by helping me realize the seemingly impossible is possible.
I think when someone is feeling frustrated, stuck, or just looking for a change, a coach is the instrument for change. The hard part is realizing the change has to begin with yourself before you can invoke change in others. I look forward to my calls with Mary.”
Executive Director

Want to get started? Contact me today and let’s schedule a 20-minute ‘get acquainted’ call.

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