Why use an executive coach?

Why would you, as an executive, want to use the services of an executive coach?

Coaching can be particularly effective in times of change for an executive.Coaching can be particularly effective in times of change for an executive. An example would be a promotion. You may feel confident in your ability to tackle this new job, however, you may also feel that an independent, outside consultant would be beneficial in helping to:

  • Pinpoint and sharpen new skills that may be necessary to use
  • Develop new strategies that may be necessary to employ
  • Succeed in achieving a higher level of performance

An executive coach can also be very effective when you feel stuck, “burned out”, or unable to solve a problem. They can help you to:

  • Gain insight to get to the root of the problem
  • Target strategies to resolve the problem
  • Learn new skills or reinforce current ones to help advance your goals


Most athletes use a coach to enhance their performance level. An executive coach can help you to accelerate your career and become a “top performer”, a winner.

Coaching is effective for executives who say, “I want to get over there, but I’m not sure how to do it,” says James Hunt, an associate professor of management at Babson College and coauthor of The Coaching Manager (Sage Publications, 2002).

By using my coaching program you can expect to:

  • Identify career goals
  • Recognize and overcome obstacles to achieving your goals
  • Identify and capitalize on your assets to ensure high-level performance
  • Learn to maintain a healthy work-life balance

I have worked with executives in most of the major law firms and banks in NYC and have helped small business owners become more effective leaders of their companies. I will be happy to talk with you to help you achieve your goals.

Telephone / Skype Consultation and Coaching

I’m also available for telephone consultation and coaching via Skype (with or without video) and Gmail video chat.

To learn more about Executive Coaching, read “How to get the most out of executive coaching” in the Washington Post.