Executive Coaching: A Customized Approach to Leadership Development

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As a leader, you want to be your best. Whether you’re

  • a senior level executive,
  • a high- performing leader,
  • an ambitious high-achiever,
  • or all of the above,

you are committed to achieving your goals and advancing your career. That’s not always easy.

Leadership is demanding.

The challenges of leadership are multiple and complex. On one hand, you’re constantly being challenged (or challenging yourself) with new opportunities, higher expectations, a grander vision. You have to be strategic and intentional, but you also have to keep up with a relentless pace, constant change, and new demands.

If you’re like many leaders, you can find yourself swept away by the busyness – away from the sound principles of effective leadership, away from some of the essential things you want to do but can never find time for, away even from yourself.

Take heart: you don’t have to do it alone.

When you work with an executive coach, you lead at a higher level.

On an ongoing basis, you give yourself important time and space:

  • to clarify your vision
  • to define the right goals and outcomes
  • to make the right decisions
  • to work through tough challenges
  • to take advantage of the amazing opportunities that are available to you.

That’s not all. You are able to identify gaps in your learning or leadership, gain new capabilities, and put them into practice, with a chance to reflect and course correct. You learn the strategies and skills of the most effective leaders and adopt them as your own. Through it all, you integrate your professional aspirations with your vision for your personal life, making sure they fit together successfully, so that not only do you become a better leader, you become the you you want to be.

Executive Coaching: Personalized Leadership Development

Group of business partners looking at camera with smiles, pretty leader in frontExecutive coaching provides leaders the opportunity to:

  • Define, redefine, or elevate your vision and goals
  • Identify the concrete, measurable results you want to achieve
  • Discover areas to develop in order to excel at that next level of leadership
  • Gain valuable feedback and make any changes to ensure how you intend to be perceived is actually how you are perceived
  • Develop the tools and skills of self-awareness that will help you go from good to great.

As a result, you’ll feel powerful and empowered to be the leader you want to be. Making a difference. Making an impact. Leading at a higher level.

Joelle’s approach has been endorsed by Marshall Goldsmith, Jim Kouzes, Stephen Covey, and more. Joelle draws on her experience coaching top executives in some of America’s most respected companies, including Google, Apple, Microsoft, MetLife and Adobe to help leaders join the top 5% of their organizations while leading the life they envision for themselves.

What Clients Are Saying:

“As high-level executives, how can we find the direct path to self-improvement? With executive coaching, we have a unique opportunity for dramatically enhanced performance.”
-Saly Glassman, financial advisor and one of Barron’s 100 Best Brokers Merrill Lynch

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Joelle K JayExecutive Coach Joelle Jay, Ph.D.

Joelle K. Jay, Ph.D., is a principal at the global leadership development firm, Leadership Research Institute. As an executive coach, author and speaker, Joelle helps leaders achieve top performance and business results.

Her clients include presidents, vice presidents, and C-level executives in Fortune 500 companies. Joelle is the author of The Inner Edge: The 10 Practices of Personal Leadership and co-author of The New Advantage: How Women in Leadership Can Create Win-Wins for Their Companies and Themselves.

For More Information: Contact us at Info@JoelleKJay.com