When the people in leadership positions in a business lack clarity and drive to move to higher levels of excellence, how does the rest of the organization suffer? Sluggish sales, lack of enthusiasm, and demotivation are common symptoms of a leadership team in need of accountability and direction. This is what executive coaching from EXOS Advisors brings to both to individual leaders and leadership teams in Dayton, Oregon.
By helping leaders understand themselves, the energy that they bring to their organization, and what their coworkers need from them, whole businesses are empowered to take meaningful steps forward.
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While executive coaching will provide great personal benefit to the person being coached as an individual, we also take a larger perspective on its role. With any organization that we work with, executive coaching is provided for designated leaders and is designed to facilitate action towards results that will cause significant and sustained growth for the individual and the company going forward. In this way, executive coaching is a part of our larger plan and process of developing strategic growth for our Dayton, Oregon clients.
EXOS Advisors proposes a weekly cadence of coaching to support the executive function. These coaching sessions include (but are not limited to):
Most of our executive coaching is provided one-on-one with people identified as key to the continued growth and development of your organization. EXOS is responsible to facilitate forward motion with the person (or group) being coached, while the individuals being coached are responsible to carry out assignments and keep commitments to their completion.
The Core Values Index (CVI) assessment is at the foundation of our work as executive coaches. Through the use of this tool, we are able to move beyond asking generic questions or providing each of our clients with the same “steps for success.”
With a 97% repeatability rate, the CVI is the most reliable assessment out there for determining what really motivates each of us to make the greatest contribution in our work – whether power, love, wisdom, or knowledge. These aren’t just words that we throw around because they sound nice. Our core values drive us to make a specific contribution to our work, and learning to recognize and tap into those values makes a measurable difference in motivation and productivity, which translate to the bottom line of any company. How could your business change if your executives were functioning in line with who they are made to be?
When we coach someone, the CVI is the starting point for determining how that individual can bring their highest and best contribution to meeting the goals of their job and the business. The assessment provides our coaches with objective criteria that we can use to make sure executives are in the right places with the right support doing the right kind of work for their own good as well as the good of the company.