If a leader is willing to make a long-term commitment to her development, the combination of leadership and coaching can present a unique opportunity for self-actualizing.
Once our minds are made up on important matters, changing them can be as difficult as stopping a train hurtling at full speed, even when there’s danger straight ahead.
Coaching can help leaders to find a balance between humility and boldness (ambition), whatever your personality tendency.
Leaders and employees of good conscience are engaged in a healthy tension in trying to discern the path forward in addressing DEI concerns.
A leader will never make the unique impact they are capable of without having answered these questions: Why do you lead? Why do you want to be a leader? What is the unique impact you want to make on your employees, organization, and society?
The Bailey Group’s Executive Team Alignment work is based on research and practice-validated models. We understand that to develop, teams need to focus both on getting the right things done (task focus) and on creating an atmosphere of “psychological safety” (healthy relationship focus).