Who do we coach?

People

Individually or as part of an organization, coaching is all about PEOPLE.

A coach and coachee work together to develop capacity, confidence and specific skills that reap benefits for the individual AND the organization. Examples of Stand Tall's areas of focus include:

 
 

Leadership Capacity

  • Executive Presence
  • Delegation
  • Decision-making
  • Developing Others
  • Motivating Teams

Professional Skills

  • Presentation Creation and Delivery
  • Listening and Conversations
  • Time Management
  • Productivity and Prioritization
  • Meeting Management and Participation

Career Focus

  • Future State Visioning
  • Current State Assessment
  • Action Plan Development
  • Support Network Identification
     
 

Benefits to the Organization

  • More self-aware and emotionally intelligent leaders who are able to more dynamically manage organizations and teams by:
    • inspiring innovation
    • establishing accountability
    • creating authentic feedback loops
    • fostering healthy and supportive relationships within and across teams
  • Teams that function as cohesive units:
    • with a shared sense of purpose and goals for the team and the complete organization
    • comprised of individual members who understand and respect one another thereby increasing productivity and decreasing “workplace drama”
  • Employees who understand how their role fits into the purpose of the organization and how it relates to their own, complete lives and are able to:
    • make more and better independent decisions and contributions at work that are aligned with the mission and purpose of the organization
    • come to work focused, ready to contribute, innovate, lead and be led
    • experience increased levels of satisfaction with their day-to-day responsibilities, assigned work, overall expectations of them
Organizations often seek out coaching for their leaders, managers, and teams to work through challenges, amplify success or potential, or push through plateaus. 

Organizations often seek out coaching for their leaders, managers, and teams to work through challenges, amplify success or potential, or push through plateaus. 


Individuals typically come to coaching in times of transition, desiring change or growth, or experiencing dissatisfaction with some aspect or pace of their lives.

Individuals typically come to coaching in times of transition, desiring change or growth, or experiencing dissatisfaction with some aspect or pace of their lives.

Benefits to the Individual

  • A clear vision of their desired future, dynamics of key relationships, and the personal habits and behaviors that may be helpful or a hindrance to achieving their personal goals

  • A defined path toward their vision and goals including an inventory of their strengths and relationships that will help them along the way

  • Boosted confidence that comes from improved communications and decision-making rooted in personal values and the clear vision of their desired outcomes

  • Stronger and sharper skills that are identified as being critical to their success, happiness, and sense of fulfillment

  • A deep understanding of what “success”, “happiness”, and “fulfilment” means to them