Leadership isn’t just a set of skills. It’s not just good judgment or informed decisions.
Leadership is being able to compel people to bring out the best in themselves in the service of an inspirational vision and being able to do so in a sustainable way.
Leaders can’t do that if they’re frenzied, exhausted, burned out, overworked, overstressed, overstretched, or too busy to be thoughtful about what they’re doing and why.
To be effective, leaders need to devote time to thinking about who they are as leaders, what they bring to the role, what they want to achieve, and how they want to go about it in a way that is not only strategic, but also engaging, motivating, and fulfilling. When they do, leaders improve:
- Effectiveness in current roles
- Readiness for future roles
The results are nothing short of spectacular.
Most research studies on the effectiveness of coaching show the return on investment to be upwards of 500-700%.
Coaching is the second fastest growing industry in the world, second only to technology, and is seen as such a staple in the best and biggest corporations that annual spending on coaching in the U.S. is estimated at roughly 1billion dollars.
Moreover, the benefits of coaching far outreach the individual leaders themselves. Because leaders influence employees, teams, culture, strategy and results, executive coaching is credited with stimulating results across the company, including:
- Improved productivity
- Increased profitability
- Enhanced performance
- Better bench strength
- Higher capability and copability among leaders.
Executive Coaching: Personalized Leadership Development
Executive coaching provides structure and support for building strong leaders, so they can lead at a higher level. Executive coaching often involves:
- Customized One-on-One Support
- Visioning, Goal-Setting and Outcomes
- Strategic Planning and Action Planning
- Personalized Executive Development Plans
- Leadership Style, Skills and Strategy
- 360s, Assessments & Feedback
- Development of High-Performance Teams
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:
“We truly appreciate our relationship with Joelle and thank her for her support and commitment to our team. Executive coaching has helped our leaders increase their effectiveness and reach a higher potential. Working with Joelle, they have become more effective in their leadership roles. In turn, they positively impact the organization by influencing those around them. Joelle has a remarkable ability to understand individuals’ needs and help them approach problems differently, become enlightened on possible solutions, and overcome obstacles.”
– Cynthia Kiser Murphey, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, MGM Resorts International
Executive 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