Executive coaching can help smooth your transition from management to leadership, from law firm attorney to in-house lawyer, or as a lateral hire in a new organization.
As you rise to the rank of leader, you will find that the skills that got you there are not the same as those you’ll need.
Perhaps you’ve been promoted or moved from a private law firm to an in-house counsel position. You’ll need to develop executive-level skills.
Coaching can fill the gap between your formal education and what is now being asked of you.
Through coaching, you can develop these key leadership assets:
- Giving and receiving feedback in a constructive way
- Managing up and managing down
- Emotional intelligence
- Communication skills
- Finding champions and sponsors
- Persuading and influencing
How would you like to:
- Develop your ability to influence, motivate, and lead others
- Improve performance at work
- Advance your career
- Develop new ways of thinking, acting, leading, and relating to others
- Build individual effectiveness
- Resolve issues in professional relationships
- Manage time more effectively
- Reduce stress
- Bring in more business
- Structure your work week and have more fun
- Learn to delegate, organize, and manage your business
- Set and achieve goals with an action plan