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Simon Leads offers:

  • Executive Coaching

  • Team Coaching

  • Talent Assessment

A successful coaching relationship begins with an executive who is highly motivated to change and is passionate about learning and growth.  Does this describe you? 

If you answered yes to the question above, you are on the right track to achieving success! Partnering with an executive coach is a committment and takes time, but it is well worth the journey. 


Coaching is an ongoing professional relationship that helps individuals produce extraordinary results in their lives, careers, businesses, and/or organizations. Through the process of coaching, individuals deepen their learning, improve their performance, and enhance their quality of life. In each meeting or call, the coach listens and contributes observations and questions. This interaction helps to create clarity and moves the client into effective action. 


The coaching model is driven by a strong coaching relationship or “working alliance” with the client that is the crucible for facilitating lasting change.  In addition, the following are required to guide the overall engagement including:


  • Clear goal setting 

  • Development of an aspirational Macro goal           

  • Specific behavioral goals

  • Client’s thorough commitment and coaching readiness for exploration of obstacles to change and strengths that will support the change  


Want a clearer understanding of the difference between counseling, coaching, and mentoring? Click here

“Coaching is a partnership of equals whose aim is to achieve speedy increased and sustainable effectiveness through focused learning in every aspect of the clients life. Coaching raises self-awareness and identifies choices. Working on the client's agenda, the coach and client have the sole aim of closing the gaps between potential and performance.”    

                                                                                                                                                                               Jenny Rogers, Coaching Skills: A Handbook 

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