Mashall Goldsmith Executive Coaching

Marshall Goldsmith's stakeholder-centered approach to executive coaching improves the performance of key leaders in key areas. Successful executives and high potential individuals and leaders have a strong desire to further improve and become even more successful. These leaders are committed to their success and the success of their teams and organizations. Based upon input from stakeholders, leaders identify one to two areas for leadership growth before beginning coaching. Some of the most common areas in which leaders need coaching include communication, relationship building, developing organizational culture and leaders, and managing performance.

Our team of coaches can assist your leaders in improving effectiveness in three key concentration areas:

Communication & Relationship Building

Works to strengthen:

  • Communication and listening
  • Decision-making
  • Assertiveness
  • Ability to manage conflict constructively, expediently and effectively
  • Ability to influence and persuade others

Developing Organizational Culture & Grooming Leaders

Works to strengthen:

  • Cross-cultural management
  • Ability to build cross-functional relationships
  • Ability to stand up to individuals who undermine teamwork
  • Collaboration with others
  • Ability to build trust with stakeholders
  • Executive presence
  • Self-confidence
  • Ability to drive team or culture change
  • Human relations skills
  • Coaching and mentoring skills

Managing Performance

Works to strengthen:

  • Effective delegation
  • Execution for results
  • Strategic thinking
  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • Calculated risk-taking
  • Ability to empower direct reports
  • Accountability
  • Ability to deal with performance problems in timely manner

  • For more information on Executive Coaching or to schedule a coach, please contact Thomas Otley,
    Executive Director of the International Center for Corporate Learning.

    Email: totley@sullivan.edu
    Office: 513-402-8772
    Mobile: 314-406-7255