Vision-based leadership solutions to sustain positive change
Teaiiano collaborates with executives, managers, supervisors, team leaders, and business owners to bring about lasting behavioral change. This partnership helps leaders to gain self-awareness, clarify goals, achieve development objectives, and maximize performance in both work and personal life. Leadership coaching can take place in both individual and group settings.
Develop a More Effective Leadership Style
Leadership coaches collaborate with executives, managers, supervisors, team leaders, and business owners to bring about lasting behavioral change that transforms the quality of the leader’s work and personal life. Coaching sessions are conducted through one-on-one and/or group interactions, driven by data from multiple stakeholder perspectives, and built on mutual trust and respect.
In our coaching program, leaders can produce a development plan to flesh out leadership values, strengths, growth areas, goals, and an accountability plan. Your leadership coach will also integrate both new and pre-existing assessments into the coaching process for 360-degree development.
Focus on Your Top Priorities
Pursuing organizational goals is a high priority for leaders. Our clients have stated the coaching sessions give them permission to focus on themselves for 30, 60, or 90 minutes of uninterrupted time. Are you focused on others and need time to clarify your personal vision and values? Are you always busy with little to no time to think about your personal growth and development? Do you often confess "there are just not enough hours in the day"?
Your leadership coach partners with you to focus on your top priorities.
Maximize Your Communication Skills
As teams become globally dispersed and technology allows individuals to work remotely, the traditional "command and control" style has become less relevant. Effective leaders use coaching techniques to maximize the engagement, performance and potential of team members.
Leadership coaching helps managers to improve coaching techniques such as:
-asking appropriate questions
-giving constructive feedback
-effective listening skills
-identifying and working with employee strengths
-alignment of individual and organizational values
Increase Well-being & Work-Life Balance
Studies show that middle-managers have lower levels of work-life balance than their team members or their supervisors. Due to growing responsibilities over the last two decades, the work-life balance of middle managers is often overlooked but has the greatest impact on personal engagement and engagement of team members.
Whether working remotely or in the office, balancing work with personal and family life can be a challenge. Leadership coaching helps managers to find and maintain that equilibrium.