Mike The Coach
Where Experience Meets Coaching
Entry and Mid-level Managerial Coaching:
- Is that young, high-potential individual contributor who you just promoted to lab manager killing morale among the technical staff, causing lowered productivity and increased absenteeism?
- Is your former super saleswoman, recently promoted to regional sales manager, continuing to operate as an individual contributor by not leveraging her considerable skill set and knowledge across the organization?
- Is the head of the largest part of your procurement organization antagonizing his peers and suppliers with his mindless focus on cost at the expense of everything else?
- Are you looking for a way to avoid the pitfalls new managers face with your recently promoted, high-potential manager?
Leadership Team Coaching:
- Is your leadership team, be it at plant, sales or operational level, not coming together in a way that creates a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts?
- Is your leadership team “siloed”?
- Is it unable or unwilling to ask the difficult questions of one another that lead to breakthroughs in performance?
- Are your leadership team meetings more like one on one sessions with you while the others watch or work their PDA’s?
This is a custom service designed to reach a win / win outcome when all other avenues between the parties have resulted in stalemate or worse.
Latest From Mike’s Industry Blog
Management articles and snippets.
I had another opportunity to write for Forbes.com, this time about financial literacy. Below is an excerpt from my post -- please be sure to repost it on LinkedIn if you found it helpful. Thank you....
Coaching works at every level Executive summary: Coaching in sports, and virtually every other area of life, results in better outcomes. In business coaching has the potential to create sustainable competitive advantage. Yet it is not widely practiced. This must...
Executive Summary: The idea that technology will disintermediate many jobs, even companies, is not new. What is new is the realization that your average manager, even senior manager, has little or no insight into which new technology will overtake them and/or their...