Executive Coaching

executive-coaching-imagesExecutive coaching is a trusting partnership between you and a professionally trained coach focused on helping you achieve personal and professional success.  Coaching conversations are confidential between you and your coach and can occur over the phone, in-person, or a combination of both.

“My coaching relationship with Jeff is the greatest professional and personal gift that I have ever received.”

Sandra Gomberg, former CEO, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

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  • Senior management – Director to C-Suite
  • High performers and high potentials
  • Newly transitioned to role or fast-tracked
  • Mid to large size companies
  • US and Europe
  • Across industries – most common include: healthcare, finance, education, pharmaceutical, biotech, and utility. Others include: manufacturing, retail, consumer goods, transportation, IT, law, real-estate, construction and banking

Areas of focus

  • Managing relationships with boss, direct reports, peers, customers and others
  • Executive presence & Self confidence
  • Motivating, Influencing and Developing others
  • Resolving conflict
  • Office politics
  • Succession planning


Each engagement is individually tailored to meet the needs and budget of the individual or organization. A typical executive coaching package costs $20,000 per year, which includes a 360° assessment, one half-day in-person meeting, six months of biweekly phone coaching, and two follow up sessions over the next six months.


What is Coaching?

Am I ready for coaching?

Here are a few questions to ask yourself if you’re considering coaching. If you answer “No” to any of these, be sure to discuss this with a prospective coach before investing your time and money.

  1. Am I motivated to make changes, personally and/or professionally?
  2. Am I willing to be open and honest with my coach, knowing that this is a confidential relationship?
  3. Am I willing to take risks by trying new ways of thinking and behaving?
  4. Am I willing to take responsibility for my growth by coming prepared to each session and asking for what I need from my coach?
  5. Do I feel excited and/or nervous about starting coaching because I’m anticipating change from the status quo?
  6. Do I understand that my coach is my partner and collaborator and, while he may provide suggestions and resources, it is not his job to tell me what to do?
  7. Does my organization value and support coaching and understand the confidential nature of the relationship?
  8. Am I willing to create the time in my schedule for the coaching sessions and “show up” to each session – by being on time and being ready to engage in conversation about my development?
  9. Do I believe in mutual respect for our time – giving my coach as much advanced notice as possible if I need to reschedule an appointment and expecting the same from him?
  10. Am I okay with having fun and laughing, recognizing that this process can be difficult at times but it can also be quite fun.

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