Executive Coaching for Business Partnerships
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Skillfully navigate the “rules of the road” in starting a new business or partnership
Gain a valuable advisor in managing the growth stages of your business
Avoid expensive mistakes and gain clarity during succession planning or the sale of a business
Finding a course that aligns your income with the value and contributions you offer
Gaining insight into behavioral psychology through Emotional IQ
Learning new leadership styles and methods of leadership
Set reasonable boundaries and expectations for each important life areas
Learn how to satisfy multiple sponsors, departments and managers within your enterprise
Identify the two basic life patterns; life chapters and life transitions
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Highly engaged organizations rank one-on-ones as the number one communication strategy ahead of emails from leadership and all-company meetings.
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Hello, I'm Mark Daly.
Owning and managing a successful financial advisory practice for 29 years gave me unique insight into human behavior. By hosting hundreds of phone calls, client interviews, and personal planning sessions, I learned a great many things about people – what makes them tick, how they think, their attitudes toward risk, money, family, careers, and personal goals.
My mission is to help executives ask the right questions, maximize impact, gain financial success, and maintain balance in their lives.
Certified Professional Coach
Mark Daly is a Certified Professional Coach from the College of Executive Coaching
We all encounter difficult situations and individuals in our personal and professional lives. Coaching creates a trusted, confidential relationship between coach and client. Through a process of inquiry and personal discovery the coach seeks to build client awareness and responsibility by providing accountability, support and feedback.
The certified professional coach is a valuable thought partner and confidant that assists clients in working through problems and situations that can occur at work and in life. Often the coach is the only true non-biased and honest person available to ask questions, provide unvarnished feedback, and offer constructive advice.
Coaches partner with clients in a safe, non-judgmental setting. This partnership takes clients through a creative, thought provoking process that inspires them to achieve their maximum personal and professional potential. Leading companies are willing to contribute financially to long term growth and success of team members because they care deeply about top performers and want them to succeed., thereby contributing to the long-term growth and success of the business.
Posing powerful questions may expand new and different ways of thinking about a problem and how to solve it. Challenging current ways of thinking and values systems can expose ineffective attitudes and behaviors that hold us back. The coach may share thoughts, feelings and possible solutions by using metaphor, mirrors and analogy. A good coach will never impose their solutions or personal opinions on the client.
Closing each session in a professional caring way is essential. Developing an action plan, outlining next steps and scheduling the next coaching appointment are common practices. Homework and practice techniques may be assigned. The coach may check in between coaching sessions to inquire about progress and obstacles.
The coach commits to making every appointment and to advocate on behalf of the client. In many relationship’s coaches are the only reliable, honest source of feedback the client will have. The coach agrees to prepare for each session, be fully present during the session, while demonstrating empathy, energy and commitment. Active listening is essential.