“Self-Reflection is the starting point to making changes in our lives.”
This statement describes Eileen’s underlying belief that she brings to her coaching practice. Working with a client to foster reflection on their behavior, actions, and thought processes can/will foster change and growth.
Eileen’s signature presence as a coach is defined by her strong relationship skills, direct style, and the trust that is built into her relationships. Eileen’s executive recruiting business has given her organizational knowledge of structure, effectiveness, reporting relationships, effective and poor leadership, and shown her why people stay or leave their organizations. Emotional Intelligence has always been at the forefront of her search practice. The more self-aware, self-managed, socially competent and relationship-driven a person is, the better they can manage in their life and in their work. It’s a great framework to use in assessing a client’s relationships and how they manage their life.
A typical coaching engagement will:
- Determine areas of focus for development
- Create a work plan/timeline to achieve the intended results.
- Define and hone competencies
- Identify who within the organization, would be involved in this program
- Contract with each participant what they want from the program; determine their willingness to change and to engage in what could be a difficult process toward more self-awareness and a different way of self-management/working.