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Advising = Mentoring + Consulting

The 21st Century has seen a new layer of Coaching Skills developed for the ever increasing specialization of our global economy; Advising.  Advising is a blend of mentoring and consulting delivered within the context of the Coaching Relationship.  Executive Coaches that possess the industry and functional experience of their client can now “build a bridge” of advising for the client.

Impact Coaching+Advising aligns the operational experience of our coach with the position held by the client.

Advising Executives, Entrepreneurs and their teams have various starting points depending on the specifics of each environment.

Personal/Private pay to Corporate Development the following services are mixed, matched and prioritized to implement objectives and achieve goals. Examples of some typical topics for advising may include: 

Operational and Strategic

  • Strategic and operational planning
  • Executive off sites and board facilitation
  • Functional planning (sales, IT, finance, etc.)
  • Strategic business planning
  • Business process reengineering
  • Market analysis and planning

Change Management & Organization Development

  • Organizational assessments
  • Culture change initiatives
  • Change management
  • CEO/Board transitions
  • Downsizing and reorganization
  • M&A and post-merger integrations

Corporate Performance Management

  • Performance management systems
  • One-on-one direct report effectiveness
  • Sensitivity and harassment interventions
  • Employee performance assessments
  • Identification/assessment of top talent
  • Mentoring programs

Board and Executive Team Initiatives

  • Executive staff retreats
  • Strategic planning off-sites
  • Team building
  • Mission/vision/values development
  • Restructuring Board
  • Assimilation of a new CEO/C-suite/SVP

Team Design and Development

  • Team assessment and surveys
  • Team collaboration and communication
  • Driving alignment
  • Process improvement
  • Reporting structures
  • Succession planning and retention