Up With Your Company's Success
Mallary Tytel, Ph.D., M.B.A.
business owners and leaders face an extraordinary challenge. To
compete within the current business landscape you must manage complexity,
simultaneously wear multiple hats and be the master of numerous
business disciplines. At the same time, you have to maintain clarity
of vision, think strategically, stay focused and productive, and
remain excited about your work. No problem: this is what you dreamed
of, what catapults you out of bed in the morning, and keeps your
Your business is a success. So, how are you doing at keeping up
with your company's success?
The more the
world around us is in flux, the more we must be certain about what
matters in our lives: how we spend our time, who we are connected
to and where we are going. In this radically changing work environment
new habits, skills, and capacity are required. As a business leader
you need to constantly condition, motivate, and refresh you work
style and behavior. You need to be prepared for what's next, especially
when you don't know what's next.
could all use some help. Have you considered an Executive Coach?
Through an evolving
process over the last forty years, the professional field of corporate
coaching was born, promoting continuous resilience and performance.
A coach can help you examine your work, decide what you want to
learn, and make the changes you want to make. It is no surprise,
then, that entrepreneurs and small-to-medium size business owners
and leaders are among the many individuals who are turning to coaching
as a way of getting and keeping on track.
A coach is a senior-level
trusted adviser, steward, guide, or partner, who works with you
to tap new energy and purpose, shape new visions and plans, and
to generate desired results. Mentoring is the model for coaching,
and has been used to describe someone who has the inner competence
to pass on knowledge and skills through example, experience, expertise,
and dialogue. Coaches are trained and devoted to guiding others
and facilitating learning and growth through assessment, support,
feedback and challenge.
partnership may begin when someone is faced with a dilemma and feels
stymied. Coaching is about helping leaders get unstuck and assisting
them to transfer their learning into results for their company.
It provides a venue for sorting out the myriad of issues that arise
when starting or maintaining a business. It also helps strengthen
an individual's ability to see their personal and professional patterns,
create short and long terms goals, and raise the level of physical,
emotional and mental self care. This is critical because you come
There are four
essential components to effective coaching:
is having a results orientation to your problem. To lose sight
of outcomes is to waste time, energy and money.
is partnership. The coach becomes your partner in the journey
toward greater competence and effectiveness, unbraiding and laying
out the many factors, forces, and dilemmas you face.
is the ability to engage you in the specific challenges you face.
This helps you explore what pulls you off course and what you
typically avoid. This is often difficult; sometimes we may be our
own worst enemy in a problem situation.
the coach links behaviors to the bottom-line goals, and points
out the need to set specific expectations of yourself and those
around you in order to achieve results.
Coaching can help you
make more effective decisions, enhance relationships, improve communication,
maintain accountability, increase enthusiasm for work, and gain
greater personal and professional fulfillment and satisfaction.
A coach will ask powerful, tough questions, yet provide you with
unconditional encouragement, hold you accountable to your agreements,
and always tell you the truth. A coach will maintain a picture of
you at your best and mirror that back to you, helping you access
your own inner wisdom and answers. Within the coaching relationship
your development is the first and only priority.
Finally, coaching is
for people who mean Business. If you are ready to shift course and
make the leap to a higher level of functioning, with more balance
in you life, and an eye towards designing your future, coaching
may be the difference that makes a difference in maintaining your
Mallary Tytel, Ph.D., M.B.A.
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