Coaching is a partnership between you and your coach that facilitates the process for you to see, plan, and live out your potential. Eagle Eye Strategies helps people tap into their inner purpose and passion and connect that with outer goals and tasks to bring about extraordinary and sustainable results.
Having individual attention with a qualified executive coach can clear your head so you can discover more about yourself, develop a vision for your future, and help you accomplish your goals based on strategic priorities that fit your vision and values.
You have ideas but don’t know how to implement. You have options but aren’t sure the direction to focus. You have limited time and lots to accomplish. You are ready to figure out how to get out of your own way of success.
Group sessions are just that – group sessions that help your teams to develop together as peers.
Eagle Eye Strategies offers two types of group sessions: Leadership and Sales.
Each group session is structured with a company goal in mind that includes training, ideation time, planning, and accountability to key activities.
Eagle Eye Strategies uses a proven tool through group sessions that allows you to get to the next level of success. In some instances people have called it a roundtable or mastermind approach, but it’s more like a Board of Directors for your business (without the politics), and some of our members even refer to it as group therapy for their business.
Applying the Being Super Method (TM) means each member walks away with a unique experience no other peer advisory group can give.
What you get:
“Through working with Christy as my strategic guide, I have been able to focus faster, make better decisions, and get my stress levels under control. Call it whatever you want, but life is more manageable with Wonder Woman as my coach.” ~Kirk Hilbrecht, eCatalyst
You may know all there is to working with a coach. But in case you still have questions, we have a few of them answered below.
An executive coach is a trained professional that is skilled at guiding you from where you are in life to where you want to be as a leader.
Do you have goals you are having a hard time hitting? Is there something blocking your advancement? Do you need help working out how to bring an idea to life? An executive coach is there to help you navigate adversity, clear the clutter of thought paradigms that hold you back from living an abundant life, and keep you on track to help you accomplish more.
Interview, interview, interview. Working with an executive coach is a personal relationship. You want to make sure they have the qualities in a professional you are comfortable around and resonate with. The experience should feel like having an award-winning Olympic coach lift you versus sitting outside the Principal's office when you don't hit your goals.
The initial session with a coach will be a lot of fact-finding. The coach will ask a lot of questions to help determine your needs moving forward. An action plan is developed, accountability agreed-upon, and next step ready for the next session. Coaching involves a lot of conversations and a few tools to help you make a plan and stay focused and on the right track.
More people than athlete use a coach. CEOs, actors, sales professionals, executive assistants, pastors, manufacturing managers,mom-preneurs, and anyone ready to focus and work to develop themselves to accomplish their dreams.