You Worked Hard to Reach the Top. We’ll Work Hard to Keep You There.
A powerful thing happens when leaders excel. It creates a domino effect of the best kind, setting the stage for individual and organizational success. And it doesn’t happen by chance.
We help leaders address critical challenges, realize untapped human potential, and inspire sustainable change using a collaborative coaching approach that leverages our expertise in behavioral science and business. It results in leaders with broader perspectives, a deeper understanding of why leadership matters, and a clearer path to creating the change they seek.
Who We Are
The Bailey Group is an exceptional team of executive coaches and consultants. Some are licensed psychologists with expertise in behavioral science; others are seasoned and successful executive leaders, including former CEOs; still others are certified executive coaches who have undergone extensive training. All can relate to the complex issues that today’s business leaders face. Our customized, comprehensive solutions leverage this deep experience, helping CEOs and corporate leaders address critical challenges, create transformative change, and drive sustainable results.
The Problems We Solve
We work directly with CEOs and corporate boards to tackle an array of issues, including transformational leadership, executive team alignment, leading organizational transformation, succession planning, and board effectiveness. Services vary by need and always include an individual or team from The Bailey Group with relevant experience, assuring you of working with someone who understands the issues, dynamics, and day-to-day realities of leading an organization like yours.
You’ve likely heard about the pitfalls of “staying the same” and falling behind. But have you thought about how that applies to you specifically? Remember that you are the one in charge of your future and personal brand, and sometimes you need to take a risk or a step backwards to achieve the goal that you have in mind.
There are behavioral tendencies and expectations which influence who we believe will make a good leader. We expect good leaders to be both confident and competent. Make sure you take the time to distinguish between real competence and faux confidence.
Appreciation, and valuing people for the human that they are, is not only good for the workplace, it’s good for society.