Leaders, from high potential employees, managers and supervisors, to vice presidents and CEOs, carry a heavy burden of high-performance expectations with multiple stakeholders and high degrees of accountability.
The challenges are multifaceted. Maintaining a constructive and effective focus on goals, motivating others towards optimal performance and remaining alert to anticipate and solve problems before they occur are the components of effective leadership. Excellent leadership is able to react in a timely and wise manner to unanticipated concerns while staying centered on the creative, innovative vision of the organization.
These complex challenges of leadership in today's workforce are often unsupported to the extent needed within the workplace, and it is this guidance that the Executive Coaches at Sequence offer today's leaders.
Formal assessments may be utilized, see "assessments" for more detail. Areas of skill focus during coaching may include:
- Strategic planning
- Goal Setting
- Team Motivation
- System Integration
- Constructive Problem Solving
- Effective Delegation
- Stress Management
- Change Management
- Leading with Vision
The executive coaching fees structure is $250.00 per 60-minute coaching session, with package rates available upon request. Coaching can be offered on-site or by phone or video chat format.
Executive Coaching Services Tiers:
Our premium executive coaching is offered at a discount when purchasing a specific service tier, pre-paid, to be completed within the specified time frame. Sessions may be 60, 90 or 120 minutes in length. Consecutive hours of service at one time is limited to two (2) hours.
- 4 hours within a 3 months time frame
- $950 package price (5% discount - $238 per hour)
- 6 hours within a 6 months time frame
- $1,350 package price (10% discount - $225 per hour)
- 8 hours within a 9 months time frame
- $ 1,520 package price (15% discount - $190 per hour)
GOOD READS FOR LEADERS:
Primal Leadership: Realizing The Power of Emotional Intelligence
-Daniel Goldman (2002)
On Becoming A Leader
-Warren Bennis (1989)
Seven Practices of A Mindful Leader: Lessons From Google and A Zen Monastery Kitchen
-Mark Lesser (2019)
Influence, The Science Of Persuasion
-Robert Cialdini (2006)