Executive Coaching Consult

About this Elevate Virtual 90-minute Introductory 1:1 Executive Coaching Session

Rob combines two decades of experience as a top leadership development executive with a well-established career in the performing arts. He has a passion for coaching leaders to develop their presence, tell compelling stories and establish authentic connections.

In his work as an executive coach, Rob finds great satisfaction in guiding leaders through transitions to more senior roles, as well as coaching senior executives and leadership teams to enhance team effectiveness and prepare for strategic presentations. Rob also has deep experience working with engineers and technology leaders to communicate successfully across functional groups and lead change initiatives. In this introductory session, Rob will outline the various aspects of an executive coaching engagement, provide a framework for coaching, and delve into the individual's personal narrative and choice point prompting their desire to engage with an executive coach.


INDUSTRY COACHING EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:

Banking and Insurance, Financial Services, Consumer Goods, Manufacturing, Government, Healthcare, High-Tech, Bio-Tech and Pharmaceutical organizations.

EXPERTISE INCLUDES:

Vision and Strategy, Executive Poise and Presence, Leadership Transitions, Strategic Presentations, Relationship Building, Communication, Leadership Storytelling, and Mindset.

FUNCTIONAL COACHING EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:

C-Suite Leadership Teams, Heads of Finance, Operations, Human Resources, Project Management, Information Technology, Sales, Commercial, Legal, Compliance, and Procurement.

Rob is a lecturer in MIT Sloan School of Management and an MIT Leadership Center Master Executive Coach. He holds a Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching from William James College and is certified in the PRINT® Assessment revealing one’s Unconscious Motivators®.

Delivery type:
Speaking
Workshop
Coaching
Masterclass
Consultation
Training
Modality:
Live via Zoom
Live in Person
Video On-Demand
Running Time: 90 minutes

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