How to Choose An Executive Coach

By Jack Speer | April 8, 2015

Enables Executives Who Individually Excel to Lead Effectively

It’s “lonely at the top” for many leaders, and many successful executives find it is transformative to form a partnership with an executive coach/adviser, a person with a wide range of experience across multiple industries. Delta Associates, Inc. has a broad base of executives who are part of our coaching/advisers program.

Careers have been revolutionized through an executive coaching relationship with an executive determined to become their best.

According to a Stanford School of Business research study, fully 33% of executives contract executive coaching and a great majority of those who do not use executive coaches would do so if they could find an coach whose effectiveness they could trust.

The success of our program is based on the following:

1) A broad and deep understanding of the environment of senior managers, the dynamics of leadership teams, team members, boards, and investors.

2) Our suite of assessments that include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator © (MBTI), the FIRO-B emotional intelligence assessment, the CPI 260 leadership assessment and the Delta Associates 360-degree Assessment ©.

3) Clearly identifying each senior manager’s issues and goals

4) Crafting a gameplan and reinforcing the senior manager’s progress and success.

Making successful changes and adapting throughout a person’s career is not an option. Leadership is situational, and situations change. Executive coaching is a proven, effective way for leaders to navigate these waters.

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