Leadership & Transition

What is leadership coaching?

Are you just an intuitive leader, who believes they know what they are doing? Or an intentional leader who learns through reflection and challenge?

Leadership is learning to operate in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world.

Effectively navigate or initiate change, and take others with you.

Everyone benefits when a leader is self-aware and growing. The question is, how does a leader grow? A certified well trained leadership coach walks with the leader to build self-awareness in the pursuit of personal and professional goals. One thing that strong leaders know — what got you here, won’t keep you here!

Everyone benefits when a leader is self-aware and growing. The question is, how does a leader grow?

A well-trained, certified leadership coach walks with the leader to build self-awareness in the pursuit of personal and professional goals. One thing that strong leaders know — what got you here, won’t keep you here!

What is transitional coaching?

Change is the one thing which is constant. Some thrive on change, for others it brings stress and anxiety. How a leader deals with change will have a significant effect on their teams, and their results.

One aspect of transitional coaching is the transition of the leader to a deeper sense of his/her own identity as a leader.

In many cases a promotion or a foreign assignment has placed you into a place of forced change you have to deal with. Excitement and anticipation of a new position turn to anxiety and terror as you navigate areas which are more challenging.

Some leadership clients seek to grow before they are actually placed into positions of new responsibility — growing before they need to in order to be ready for the next step.

I’m a level 5 manager, and want to develop my skills in leadership to become a level 6 manager within the next 2 years.

Business Client

Having a firm grip on the present and an astute eye on the future is essential for any leader.


Intercultural coaching

No one works in a truly mono-cultural space. Understanding the intercultural nuances of how we think, the values and beliefs that underpin our actions is essential for anyone who wants to be effective in leadership or work on diverse teams.

Intercultural may mean different national cultures, different genders, different age-groups, different organisations.