Is Executive Coaching + The REinvention Coaching Program right for you (or someone on your team)? The information found below should answer the question.
But first! Let's start by asking yourself a few questions:
The questions are not intended to judge in any way. Rather, they are part and parcel to the process of Reinvention.
Why would I need a Coach? Why should I Reinvent?
Cat-Strat Co-Founders, Sue James & Craig James began their Consulting Firm in 2001.
In 2014 they added Executive Coaching to the firm's repertory thanks to the inspiration of friend and former client Jim Smith (The Executive Happiness Coach).
Craig and Sue have studied the principles espoused by the International Coaching Federation, yet put their own spin of custom coaching into every Executive Coaching relationship. Executive Coaching is not therapy. It's not about "fixing" anyone. It's about Growth, Expansion and Betterment.
The wisdom is within you, the Client. Sue or Craig, as your Coach, guide you toward Self Discovery and Advancement.
Code named Blue Heron Coaching, the REinvention Coaching Program has been designed to leverage the opportunity we have during this unique time in history.
According to North American Native tradition, Blue Herons represent self-determination and self-reliance. They represent the ability to progress and evolve. The long thin legs of the heron reflect that an individual doesn't need great massive pillars to remain stable, but must be able to stand on one's own.
Today, so many of us are reevaluating who we are--what (and how) we do what we do—why we do it—and what we want to do (be) in the future.
The REinvention Program places emphasis on a number of “REs”:
Specific tools and exercises re: Adaptation and Agility are leveraged during the program.
It’s not only a program in its own right—but it also serves as a jump-start program that could lead to a standard/ongoing Executive Coaching relationship should one wish.
The REinvention Program Components =
"Coaching was offered to me as a means by which I could grow in my career and in the organization. As part of a small organization, and being at a top position, it was a necessary supplement of reflective conversation and mentorship. As a young executive, much of my role was uncertain, expectations were not always clear, such that having an outlet to confide was a great asset."
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