Executive Coaching/Leadership

EXECUTIVE COACHING

If you are looking for solutions to business problems within your organisation, or new strategies to achieve personal or career goals, Apotheosis coaching is here to help.

At Apotheosis Coaching, our Executive Coaching empowers individuals with a range of strategies to develop leadership skills and find solutions to business problems. Coaching enables individuals to take charge of their personal development, which is reflected in their enhanced performance and ability to reach personal and business goals.  Effective coaching results in the individual gaining a competitive advantage that is both sustainable and beneficial to their respective organisations.

A one-to-one approach enables individuals to discuss the challenges they are facing.  It gives them an opportunity in a safe environment to reflect effectively on work related issues and gain improved understanding of their own strengths and skills.

Why choose Apotheosis Coaching?

  • Perhaps you are starting a new role and you need to step up to the plate and hit the ground running?
  • Perhaps you need someone who can challenge you to step out of your comfort zone and help you to become more influential and more effective in your role?
  • Perhaps you want to implement major change processes in your organisation and need to establish your priorities and influencing skills?

At Apotheosis we can help you achieve the goals you set yourself.

Please find our contact details below or email Elise on elise@apotheosis-coaching.com

LEADERSHIP

What makes an effective leader? What qualities do you need to become a leader who generates enthusiasm within your organisation and produces results? Apotheosis Coaching will bring out your full potential, so that you can drive your business forward and maximise profits, whilst enthusing, motivating and carrying your team with you.

The boss drives his men; the leader coaches them.
The boss depends upon authority; the leader on good will
The boss inspires fear; the leader inspires enthusiasm.
The boss says “I”: the leader “we”.
The boss fixes the blame for the breakdown; the leader fixes the breakdown.
The boss says “go”; the leader says “let’s go!”
H. Gordon Selfridge (1858-1947)
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