Custom consulting services to help you reach your personal or business goals including strategic planning, organizational development, and executive coaching.
Executive Coaching is a resource for anyone with either formal or informal leadership responsibility, who wants to change how they work. Frequently, the motivation for working with a coach is to fix something that is going wrong. You may be showing physical stress symptoms, are increasingly frustrated with others, having difficulty setting or achieving work goals, or simply not enjoying work the way you once did. These emotions and road blocks may be keeping you awake at night. The reality is you are just ready to grow and may need help in the next phase of your work life.
What is Executive Coaching? Executive Coaching consists of a series of meetings between a client and a coach where the goal is supporting the coachee in exploring issues and achieving objectives. At its core, Executive Coaching is a support process that uses the expertise and perspective of a trained coach to help someone balance priorities, shoulder leadership responsibilities, and make good life decisions. Successful leaders develop support systems and habits to keep them focused and strong so they reach the top of their next mountain.
An Executive Coach may be the support you need to tackle current challenges. The coach is outside your organizational structure, which gives you a sounding board but provides an alternative perspective. The coaching relationship is absolutely confidential. You get the freedom to vent, explore, and progress. Coaching can be a few sessions or can extend to longer engagements as part of a comprehensive organizational change plan.
No two organizations are the same. This is why MRC designs each strategic planning meeting to match your unique circumstances. Rather than a generic, cookie-cutter strategic plan that sits on the shelf, we help you craft an actionable strategic plan that will get your organization to its next goals. Most of our strategic planning sessions are one-day events, although half-day and weekend retreats are also options that may be the best approach for you.
If you have a strategic plan that sits on a shelf, you didn't hire Maze Runners.
Playbooks are micro-learning sessions you can do right from your desk. Each Playbook gives you information as well as practice opportunities so you apply something new in your work situation. The first Playbook called Launchpad Learning is free. If you want to know more about Playbooks, sign-up for Maze Runners newsletter Notes from the Maze. We will pubish Playbook release dates and share fascinating articles to help you make work a game you win!
Some practitioners say you can’t because organizations are too complex to control and people are just too stubborn to cooperate. We disagree. Although you can’t control every aspect of change, you can use good process, develop sound goals, and include people in change initiatives to ensure the best outcomes.
If your business is facing growth or down-sizing, implementing new technology, or setting new goals, consider calling Maze Runners Consulting.