Helping leaders gain insight into their impact on the organization
Four factors drive the answer to how many direct reports a CEO should have:
- Tenure in the role
- The degree of cross-functional collaboration required for success
- Activities beyond the CEOs direct span
- Whether the CEO is playing a dual CEO/Chairman Role
Gary L. Neilson and Julie Wulf
Leadership coaching is proven to help executives see their behavior and develop habits that help their organizations succeed. Leaders can expect to be able to:
The result is increased business effectiveness and more engaged team members.
Whether helping a leader transition to a new role, helping a seasoned leader gain new skills, or acting as a sounding board, Prior Consulting helps executives gain important insights about their impact in the workplace. We work one-on-one to develop actionable and measurable plans for improving leadership effectiveness.
Using interviews and validated inventories, we uncover insight about behaviors that are contributing to and detracting from leadership success.
Through confidential, one-on-one conversations, the results of the assessment are debriefed, insights are encouraged, and development goals are identified. A development plan is created that includes goals, activities, time frames, and measures of success.
Over the course of a three or six month period, meeting on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, coaching conversations take place which help the leader develop awareness, change behavior, and calibrate improvements in leadership effectiveness.
At the end of the coaching engagement, we’ll compare progress against the identified measures of success, and identify follow up plans.