Individual Coaching For
Conscious Leader Development
Focusing on the leader's personal and professional needs and goals, Gregg provides leaders with one-on-one coaching to support them in getting clarity to move forward. Coaching is a common and important element within the leader development process.
Every leader needs to create a support structure ... because we all get stuck, we all have blind spots, we all need honest feedback, we all need the ear of someone with whom we can express freely without fear of judgment or reprisal. One-on-one coaching with someone outside of your organization can be an important part of that support structure.
With options for remote coaching using video technology, you can be anywhere in the world and still enjoy the benefits of our Leadership Coaching.
Depending on your needs, one-on-one coaching includes:
support & accountability for desired behavioral or organizational changes
empathy around work or life challenges — a place to be heard without being judged and without risk to workplace relationships — so that you can get clarity of how to move forward
feedback & support in needs-based communication skills development, including handling one's own triggers, empathy & listening skills, simulations of conversations, engaging in difficult conversations, etc.
feedback & support in conscious leadership skills development, including conscious feedback, mutual accountability, facilitating meetings, creating structures that support intrinsic motivation and autonomy, etc.
a neutral perspective from an experienced business leader and facilitator
one-on-one coaching sessions are confidential (unless explicitly agreed otherwise)
You focus the sessions on whatever is most relevant for you. The typical opening for each coaching session is the question “How can we use our time together that would be most valuable for you?”
Coaching is a process of goal setting, practice, feedback and accountability over time, so we have designed our "coaching package" to be a series of 6 or more sessions.
For Individual Leaders...
Leadership Coaching is available to any leader or aspiring leader.
Ask your manager or HR group how you can use your organization's personal development or training budget to apply toward leadership coaching.
Get the personal, individualized support you need to advance your leadership development.
When you're ready to engage in one-on-one coaching, we invite you to contact us.
If you believe your organization would benefit from leadership coaching, contact us. We will schedule an exploratory conversation to better understand your needs and design a plan tailored to your organization's needs.
Most of the coaching we do happens within organizational work plans, where coaching is one of several elements designed to meet organizational goals.
Flexible Scheduling and Venue
Coaching sessions may be done via via video call, phone call, or in person. What matters is that you are in a location where you have trust that you can speak freely. With video or phone calls, you can connect remotely from anywhere in the world.
video call: we use zoom video technology - you can connect to the call via a PC/mac with a microphone & video camera, or using your smart phone or tablet. There is no cost for the call to you.
phone call: you can call your coach directly
in-person: at your office, at my office, at a local coffee shop, or other mutually workable location where you can speak freely
Frequency. You determine the frequency of coaching, typically somewhere between 1x and 4x per month. You can adjust this frequency as you need, perhaps more frequently in the beginning and less frequently later on.
Scheduling. You schedule your coaching sessions directly using a calendly link into the coach's schedule. You can also manage your coaching schedule to cancel or reschedule sessions using the calendly tool without having to contact the coach.
Length. Coaching sessions are typically 50 minutes long, though they can be adjusted as needed to suit your specific needs.
Barrett Values Center (BVC) Assessments
When transforming an organization's culture, or supporting a leader's development, it is helpful to have a measurement tool to establish a baseline and to see how it changes over time.
As a Barrett Certified Consultant, Gregg uses tools and resources from Barrett Values Centre to support clients in their personal, leadership and cultural transformation. The tools define an actionable road map that becomes an integral part of a leader's personal development plan and business strategy.
The tools have been used to measure the values of over 6,000 organizations and 3,000 leaders in 80 countries. They help foster the transformation of corporations, NGOs, government and municipal agencies, communities, schools, and nations. The CTT values assessment instruments are available in over 50 languages.
When you measure your culture, you can manage it.
Let's get started!
If you believe the leaders within your organization would benefit from a Leadership Values Assessment, contact us. We will schedule an exploratory conversation to better understand your needs and design a plan tailored to your organization's needs.
Most of the LVAs we do happen within organizational work plans, where leadership assessments are one of several elements designed to meet organizational goals.
Highlights of LVA
Simple, online, assessment —
10-15 minutes for assessors to complete
360 degree feedback from managers, peers & staff
Compares self-assessment with assessment from others
Measures "personal entropy" of the leader — the amount of fear-driven energy the leader expresses ... which contributes to the "cultural entropy" score of the organization
Benchmark for leadership development
Personal Values Assessment (PVA)
To give you an idea of the assessment process, try out the Personal Values Assessment (PVA).
You'll receive a report of your personal results, as well as background information on the Barrett Seven Levels of Consciousness and worksheets to apply the results to your self-development.
Leadership Values Assessment (LVA)
Let's get started!
If you believe your organization would benefit from a Cultural Values Assessment, contact us. We will schedule an exploratory conversation to better understand your needs and design a plan tailored to your organization's needs.
Most of the CVAs we do happen within organizational work plans, where an assessment is one of several elements designed to meet organizational goals.
Highlights of CVA
Inclusion of all voices
Simple, 10-15 minutes to complete
Measures current culture and desired future culture
Measures "cultural entropy" — conflict, friction or frustration that diminishes productivity and quality of environment
Benchmark for cultural development
Optional sub-group reports can look at results by department, by role level, etc.
Learn about the "Barrett Values Model" and how it forms the underlying framework for Cultural Values Assessment and the Leadership Values Assessment in this live, interactive video webinar:
Cultural Values Assessment (CVA)
* The Cultural Values Assessment is developed and administered by
Barrett Values Centre.
Gregg Kendrick is a Barrett Certified Consultant of Barrett Values Centre.