Executive Coaching

One on One. Results Driven.

Leaders who engage in executive coaching will take a major step forward in their capabilities, moving ahead in responsibility, achieving better results for themselves, and their organization.

Coaching can especially benefit professionals who find themselves in the midst of corporate transition, rapid growth, competitive situations, taking on new leadership roles, or, changing careers.

Coaching can address one or more of the following:

Executive Performance

Are there limiting behaviors/ mindsets that interfere with outcomes? We work to shift those toward successful practice that optimize performance in your current role, as well as prepare you for your next one.

Team Engagement

To advance your agenda, it is important to engage your team. Coaching will help executives craft and communicate a compelling vision, build engagement,  ownership and alignment in their teams.

Emotional Effectiveness

Distractions. Demands. Conflict.  Navigating change can increase the stress reaction and derail your best efforts. Develop emotional intelligence and resilience. This includes decision making, comunication and more.

Promotion. Branding.

Cultivating personal and professional strengths for a career around your unique skills, passion and contributions. Developing a strong leadership brand helps you define your value. Why leave this to chance?

Work with Dr. Howard

Sessions can be 30, 60, 90 minutes delivered via the phone or zoom. Frequency is determined by the goals and objectives set out by the individual leader.  Email and phone support available during the coaching duration.

Masterful. Results Driven.

With over 20 years experience, working with hundreds of executives, Dr. Howard begins with an assessment, selected based on your goals, and delivers your desired outcome. Clients call Cynthia a master coach because of her laser focus.

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Committed to Engaged. Innovative Leadership.

Ei Leadership is a performance development company focused on engaging leaders in change.

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