Retain and grow leaders
Over the past few years, we have seen significant changes in our workplaces. Employee expectations are changing in that they expect to have a voice in decisions and for employers to take an active role in career planning. The views about how and where work should be done have also shifted, with many saying that remote work is here to stay. As employers, we need to be flexible, while also achieving our objectives. Leaders need to know how to inspire their teams to take a more holistic view of their career and align their personal mission with that of the organization.
Our Career Development coaching works with leaders to develop a career campaign that focuses on growing their mindsets, skillsets, and competencies. Through this coaching, your leaders will learn that the job they have today is just the beginning, and by continuing to develop themselves, and the leaders around them, they will grow and remain within your organization. In group settings, we also certify Human Resource leaders to coach others on career development that inspires great cultures.
Why Clients Choose
"Working with Leadership Excelleration as a new superintendent has given me a chance to have my thinking challenged and has provided time and space to reflect."
Valued Client, Superintendent
As servant leaders, we value relationships and research has shown that the coach and executive relationship is vital to success. Our coaches are experienced professionals who are also trained in the latest coaching methodologies. We build relationships with clients through mutual respect, confidentiality, and trust.
We partner with you to develop a career development coaching program that is specific to your organization and inspiring to your leaders. Our team can also certify your internal HR team in our career coaching methodology to create a culture of career development.
As trusted guides, we serve as confidential sounding boards for leaders to reflect and reimagine how they can become the best version of themselves and make a larger organizational impact.