Executive Coaches

Executives today have more challenges than ever, both at home and at work. That is the prime reason why more executives are turning to executive coaches, and having success.

An executive coach specializes in working with executives to help them reach a myriad of goals. Often, coaches are hired to help an executive grow comfortable in a new role, such as after a promotion.

Sometimes, executive coaches are hired to help increase an executive team’s productivity, or to help an executive become a stronger, more confident leader.

Executive coaches are certified professionals that come with a host of different skills that they impart to their clients. In addition to helping them reach their long-term goals, an executive coach will also build specific skills along the way, including public speaking, communication skills, time management, and self-confidence.

Executive coaching has a wide subset, including many different types of executive coaching. Here are a few examples:

  • Leadership Coach
  • Leadership Development Coach
  • Performance Coach
  • Management Skills Coach
  • Executive Presence Coach
  • Emotional Intelligence Coach
  • Team Performance Coach
  • Team Communication Coach
  • Executive Team Coach

The ultimate goal of executive coaching is to improve performance and help executives to reach their specific goals.

Any executive can benefit from coaching, but it can be highly effective during times of transition, such as in a promotion, a new hire, or during a particularly challenging long-term assignment. Having an objective, the independent individual helps executives when they need someone to bounce ideas off of.

Especially when an executive position might make discussing those ideas with employees impossible. It is also good to have someone to provide constructive criticism, measure progress, and to push executives towards their goals.

In times of transition, it can be difficult to be completely objective on your own. It can also be challenging to get the most out of employees and maximize your resources while adjusting to a new role.

That’s a significant reason why executive coaches have become so highly sought after—they can help executives adapt quickly to new challenges, making them more effective.

Executive coaches are popular because they produce results.

Executives are highly competitive and need to be able to rise to the occasion to achieve success for themselves and their companies.

A professional, certified executive coach has the necessary training, skills, and expertise to help executives not only to figure out what their goals are but also to help them reach them in a specified time frame.

Jenna Stoliker

Jenna Stoliker

Leadership Coach


Using my 20+ years of experience in human behavior, leadership development and a gentle, heart-centered coaching style, I partner with you to unlock your potential and develop your authentic leadership style. In doing so, you call forth deeper levels of confidence and clarity so you may lead with greater influence, integrity and impact. 

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Sherry Lowry

Sherry Lowry

Executive Coach



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