Executive Coaching FAQs
Why do organizations hire Julie to work with their employees?
Most organizations realize that enhanced business results are gained through developing individual and group behavioral skills and values integration within the organization. While optimizing performance requires the intense focus of the entire team, the key ingredient to sustained performance is engaged and effective managers and employees throughout the organization.
An external, experienced coach can quickly understand and appreciate an organization’s unique cultural nuances. This includes building trust with key stakeholders, and someone who is skilled at reprogramming bad habits, identifying skill gaps, and suggesting activities and techniques to help an executive or high-potential professional to meet their goals and objectives. This in turn helps the organization meet their business objectives.
Does Julie work with executives only?
Julie works with senior leaders, managers, individual contributors, and high-potential Millennial, Gen X, Baby Boomer and Traditionalist employees across every functional area in an organization.
What kind of companies and organizations hire Julie for executive coaching?
Julie has worked with hundreds of companies in a wide variety of industries, including consumer products, financial services, healthcare, technology, education, entertainment, media, professional services, fashion, beauty non-profits and more. You can view her client list here.
Who does Julie typically work with at a corporation or organization?
The CEO, Human Resources leader, or business owner tend to be her primary contact, and the manager of the individual whom she is coaching is an active champion in the coaching process.
What is the process of executive coaching?
Typically, an executive coaching engagement includes the following steps:
- Julie has initial, individual meetings with the person to be coached, his or her manager, and human resources or the CEO.
- Julie conducts a 360 review comprising confidential, structured phone interviews about the person. The individual and his or her manager identify six to eight key stakeholders to be interviewed by Julie.
- A written report of the feedback results is developed and given to the coaching candidate, protecting the anonymity of each participant. No one else sees this report.
- Julie and the coaching candidate work together to write a one-page action plan summarizing three things that they will work on together. This is shared with HR and the person’s manager.
- The coaching period typically lasts six months, with approximately two face-to-face meetings per month. Three-month intervals and a fixed number of sessions are other options.
How does Julie charge for her executive coaching services?
Julie charges a flat fee for her coaching services for six- and three-month programs. Pricing can be customized, and is determined for each opportunity after speaking with the company or organization.