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  • 1. 1 Executive Leadership, LLC The Process Mid-Tier Executives (i.e., Managers, Directors, Vice Presidents) CB Bowman www.exec-leadershipllc.com 908 .509.1744 cb@exec-leadershipllc.com
  • 2. 2 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP, LLC/CB BOWMAN v  We at Executive Leadership use proven coaching methodologies to help clients reach goal Equal partnership between coach & client; supporting clients seeking: clarity, direction " and/or accountability; exploring with clients their future goals, capabilities, and ! adaptability to change.!
  • 3. 3 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP/CB BOWMAN " STAGE ONE Clients determine the process by responding to the following questions: " " 1. What is your primary goal? " " 2. What is(are) your "go to" date(s)? " -  3. What resources are available to assist you in reaching your goal? " " 4. What level of participation can you honestly commit to weekly? " (Factor your work/family schedule into the equation.) " " 5. How will you measure your success? " " 6. If your manager will be involved, you will need to decide at what " "gate" you wish to share your information and what specific information " you wish to share. Clients should also know how this information will be " used. In addition, the manager s goals need to be predetermined, agreed ! upon, and measurable.!
  • 4. 4 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP/CB BOWMAN "   STAGE TWO The coach and the client design a plan with a timeline.!
  • 5. 5 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP/CB BOWMAN "   STAGE THREE Execute the plan/ alpha test.!
  • 6. 6 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP/CB BOWMAN "   STAGE FOUR If appropriate, beta test the goal."
  • 7. 7 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP/CB BOWMAN "   STAGE FIVE Evaluate the results."
  • 8. 8 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP/CB BOWMAN "   STAGE SIX Adjust the goal based upon lessons learned."
  • 9. 9 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP/CB BOWMAN "   STAGE SEVEN Full launch"
  • 10. 10 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP, LLC/CB BOWMAN "   STAGE EIGHT Regroup in 3, 6 and 12 months. (Optional additional regrouping/meetings are available upon request.)!
  • 11. 11 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP/CB BOWMAN "   THE PROCESS: STAGEONE:INTAKE7% STAGETWO:DESIGNAPLAN &TIMELINE9% STAGETHREE:EXECUTE-ALPHATEST21% STAGEFOUR:BETATEST12% STAGEFIVE:EVALUATE20% STAGESIX:ADJUST9% STAGESEVEN:FULLLAUNCH20% STAGEEIGHT:REGROUP2% The number of meetings per stage depend on the client’s goals and commitment to change and transition.
  • 12. EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP, LLC BASIC - Executive Coaching Program This program design and length of time will vary greatly depending on client goals and budget restrictions. Month #   1   2   3   4   5   6   Meetings   2hrs. Per week = 8hrs.   1.5 hrs. Per weekly = 6hrs.   1.5 hrs. Per week = 6hrs   1 hr. Per week = 4 hrs.   •  1 hr. Per Review current client hot topics each meeting week = 4hrs   1hr. for 3 weeks = 3hrs.   Wrap up meeting 2hrs.   Goals   •  Meeting with Employee and manager, separately   •  Meeting with Employee and manager, together   •  Review current client hot topics each meeting   •  Rules of Engagement   •  Getting to know you   •  Getting to know your coach   •  Build Trust   •  Commitment   •  Using/Assign Assessments   •  Interpret assessment results   •  Understanding style, and personality to advantage   •  Understanding style, personality to disadvantage   •  Primary Goals   •  How to overcome limitations imposed by your values   •  Your strengths and weakness compared to the population at large   •  Homework given each session •  shadowing   •  Review current client hot topics each meeting   •  Using style, and personality to advantage   •  Using style, personality to disadvantage   •  Identify negative behaviors   •  Identify positive behaviors   •  Understanding conflict styles   •  Problems solving methodologies   •  Conflict Management   •  Leadership models   •  Case Studies   •  How to overcome limitations imposed by your values EXPANDED   •  Homework given each session •  shadowing   •  Review current client hot topics each meeting   •  360 assessment results   •  Defining success   •  What motivates you to succeed   •  Establish goals based on 360   •  Case Studies   •  Team Management   •  Understanding colleagues   •  Delegation   •  Staff Development   •  Managing up   •  Managing uncivil workplace behavior   •  Homework given each session             •  Review current client hot topics each meeting   •  Knowledge Transfer   •  Employee/Client Continuous Education   •  Practice skills essential to effective leadership such as questioning, listening, integrating, and communicating   •  How to overcome limitations imposed by your values EXPANDED   •  Homework given each session   •  How are you doing?   •  Specific targets for reinforcement and development   •  Recruiting Retention   •  Homework given each session   •  Identifying a mentor •  Shadowing   •  Review current client hot topics each meeting   •  Personal Branding   •  Next steps- Training, Professional Development and learning insights   •  Homework given each session   © Copyright 2011 CB Bowman             Total  33  hours   12
  • 13. EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP, LLC/CB BOWMAN 13