If you lead an organization, you understand the burden of leadership; the success of the organization rests on your shoulders. What if there was a way to accomplish more with less effort on your part? If you are the hardest working person in the organization, you’re doing something wrong. There is a simple approach to working smarter rather than harder that gets results while bringing our the best in others.
You can share the burden of leadership in a way that inspires your people, energizes your organization, and gets measurable results! Randall Large Consulting (RLC) will help you identify what you want to achieve, help you develop a strategy to communicate your expectations, and show you how to influence your environment in a way that will get the results you want.
Why do you need executive coaching?
Effective leaders communicate their expectations, push responsibility down, coach people in the skills necessary for success, and hold people accountable. Leadership isn’t something you’re born with. It is a set of skills that improves with practice. Let RLC coach you in the skills that lead to leadership success!
RLC will show you four simple rules you can coach your employees to follow that will prevent most employee problems. These simple rules help create responsible employees that don’t blame everyone else for their performance. They teach employees to communicative effectively with co-workers and customers. They teach employees how to stop complaining and show initiative. They teach employees to make your life easier.
If you’re happy with the results you are getting, don’t change a thing.
If you aren’t, give Randall Large Consulting a call at 505-330-3809.
What is your next step?
Send me an email by clicking here or give me a call at 505-330-3809. We’ll schedule an initial meeting that should take approximately an hour. In that meeting, I’ll ask you a series of questions that will help me identify if you are a candidate for Executive Coaching and Leadership Development. The purpose of the meeting is to learn what your expectations are, how we will measure if we are successful, and discuss costs and timeframes. Clients may pay an hourly fee on an as-needed basis, or put me on a retainer for coaching over time.