How long will an ML Consulting coaching session last?
Individual executive coaching sessions typically last 2 hours – usually every two to three weeks for six months or longer.
What will a typical ML Consulting coaching session involve?
An executive coaching session is essentially a conversation, tailored to the individual and the situation, conducted in an environment of trust and confidentiality. The content of the conversation will obviously vary, but each session will be a step on the path to unlocking potential and resolving issues. Sessions can be challenging, enlightening, uplifting, fun and exhausting –sometimes all at once!
What issues will be covered during an executive coaching session?
Again this depends on the individual and the situation but a coaching session will often touch on one or all of the following:
- Self awareness
- Leadership style
- Vision & strategy
- Culture & values
- Influencing styles
- Interpersonal style
- Interpersonal relationships
- Company politics
- Work Satisfaction and balance
What if we need other services such as assessment or team facilitation?
ML Consulting works with a team of highly professional associates to deliver a wide range of career development services.
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