How Coaching Works

Creating the competency to change begins with an organization’s leadership. HL Arledge’s 20 years as a CEO, CCO, manager, and entrepreneur has shown that genuine leadership—and the ability to empower teams are deeply connected.

Until your organizational leaders develop the capacities to engage and empower teams, your organization will never deliver to their full potential.

Companies with empowered teams can take advantage of significant opportunities, avoid hazards and create value for stakeholders.

Companies with teams that can change in an adaptive way grow faster, create wealth, enhance customer success, gain public support and compete more effectively across the board.

Becoming good at change requires leadership at all levels of the organization, starting with senior leaders. That's where executive coaching comes in.



Senior management must be adept at understanding the frameworks for change and able to engage their people in ways that ensure the success of change initiatives. Most managers subscribe to a theory of change that is a variation of a “plan-execute” model, but this model has failed repeatedly, costing a staggering loss of money, morale and opportunity.

Only when leaders at all levels of an organization both understand and effectively implement a proven model for change, and can win the minds and hearts of others in predictable and repeatable ways, can empowerment become a seamless skill within an organization.

HL Arledge will work with your organization to develop these competencies in a variety of ways, assisting you in creating an organization that is truly adept at change.

Contact HL today for a FREE CONSULTATION.

1 comment:

sigsoogca said...

Corporate team coaching is a necessary and productive step when departments in larger companies are under performing. This particular facet of business coaching can be an effective solution to assessing the skills of current employees, developing and nurturing their talents, and motivating them to work towards the same common goal.

Corporate Team Coaching