There’s coaching, and
there’s Good Leadership Coaching.
Good Leadership clients get better business results because the coaching focuses the team on accelerating what’s working and improving what’s not. Clients have access to a set of more than 100 proprietary tools that inspire alignment, commitment and open accountability. Find coaching here to help you thrive.
Good Leadership Executive Coaching is exponentially more powerful than simply finding a coach. Our difference: we specialize in the intersection between the executive and the team. The expertise comes alive in a well-orchestrated system of data-driven tools and techniques, listening, and step up challenges. We provide the encouragement you need to become the leader you want to be, with the results you want to see. We don’t do “fix-it” work. We help good leaders work together to create great results.
Our experience comes from coaching
this mix of team leaders:
“Several of my past organizations offered coaching as I moved to new levels in my career.
I’ve never experienced anything as powerful as the Good Leadership Coaching approach.
Their tools are great. They are insightful, direct, flexible, and best of all,
100% focused on my success in the organization. I couldn’t recommend it more highly.”
– Dan McGinty, CEO
Who is coaching you?
International executive coaching industry research reveals:
55% of executives today are disappointed with the general leadership development investments they make in growing leaders.
More than 90% say they would recommend coaching to others.
The recipients of executive coaching identify coaching that involves their teams as the fastest, most consistent,
most tangible return on investment. So, what are you waiting for…who is coaching you?
Not all coaches are created equal.
At Good Leadership Enterprises, you have choices – coaches with corporate, private, and small business experience. For profit and non-profit – Midwest, East and West Coast. And more than half of the coaches have international experience.
It’s less about whether your coach has “walked in your shoes before,” and more about choosing a good coach. CEOs, business owners, executives, and emerging leaders expect three things from their coach:
Can understand how my business works
Knows how to be straightforward, honest, and can motivate powerful people like me
Will help me get people working together, better