04Executive Coaching and Leadership Helpline

ad-hoc Support Coaching

We have set up an innovative Executive Coaching and Leadership ‘Helpline’ for leaders and managers at all levels. New and junior leaders, to senior and C-suite executives, can call and speak to an expert Executive Coach regarding a particular issue.

They will get valuable, on-the-fly advice and support about a particular challenge that they need assistance with.

With over 100,000+ hours of training experience we know that leaders and managers at all levels, sometimes simply need expert counsel, support, or guidance, rather than a full Executive Coaching program. Or they may want to simply bounce around some ideas with an independent and non-judgemental expert.

Having another perspective can help managers find a solution to the difficult situation or conversation at hand, or successfully address a challenging upwards management issue.

Our ‘Leadership Helpline’ (Leadership EAP type model) can provide assistance with:

  • Expert counsel
  • Support or guidance
  • Laser-focused advice
  • Reassurance
  • Someone neutral to bounce off ideas
  • Ideas on how to handle difficult conversations with your manager, peer or team members
  • Accountability discussions

In an increasingly busy and competitive environment leadership is sometimes becoming a lonely place, particularly for individuals that climb higher up the organisational ladder. It is not uncommon for managers to avoid asking their peers or bosses for advice for fear of appearing incapable.

When you’re potentially competing with your peers for recognition and promotion, asking for advice and help can unfortunately be perceived as a weakness. Even though we often read that even the best leaders openly admit that they don’t know it all, neuroscience demonstrates that our human survival instincts make it difficult for people to show vulnerability.

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Giving and Receiving Feedback

"As a result of this program, previously chronic under-performers are now performing satisfactorily, managers are happier, and we’re meeting KPIs above and beyond what we were - especially in areas like our performance management appraisal targets. I have managers – happily - doing things like HR plans, which I have been trying to get them to do for 3 years!"

NSW FACS Western Sydney, April 2016

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