Executive career development consists of a multi-step process where our coach and your candidate work together to solve new challenges and problems associated with the workplace environment.
We address leadership communications strategies. Open, honest and forward communications. Communications with senior leaders as well as team members– listening, understanding, and having empathy for each individual who is on the team.
The successful executive in today’s turbulent business environment is faced with weighty decisions and leadership dilemmas every day. Globalization, human capital diversity, difficult economic conditions, reduced market share, and employee turnover cause executives to question their skill and ability to lead an organization.
Our coaching provides the tools to help executives address the challenges that he or she faces in a manner in which the executive’s skills are developed to a higher level of competency and precision.
Job mentoring may include, but is not limited to resume development, job interviewing skills, salary negotiation discussions as well as addressing the key question of organizational “fit” within a new company.
Typically, executive coaching involves an executive, coach, and the organizational context, represented by the interests of the organization and supervisor. All are key stakeholders in the process.
This process is an experiential and individualized leader development process that builds a leader’s capability to achieve short- and long-term organizational goals. It is conducted through one-on-one interactions, driven by data from multiple perspectives, and based on mutual trust and respect. The organization, an executive, and the executive coach work in a strategic partnership to achieve maximum impact.
Executive career development focuses on developing the executive’s ability:
Solomon Bruce Consultants provide the insight, leadership, and motivational skills to help the executive achieve their full potential as a senior organizational leader. One-on-one relationships, sharing data and information from others, and the ability to analyze the actions of the executive allow our clients to achieve goals that were previously thought to be impossible. Mentoring is another term that Solomon Bruce Consulting uses for executive coaching. Identifying new ideas, providing experience-based suggestions and showing new skills allows an executive to enrich and enhance their leadership skills.
The benefit to the firm is executive behavioral change that enhances the effectiveness of the executive while also contributing to the improved efficiency of the organization.