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Behind Leadership

The Player on the Couch
Critical Players and Team Effectiveness

The Warrior Learns to Listen:
Getting out of the Weeds

The Right Fit:

Leader of People or Individual Contributor?

Goal Setting
Extraordinary Skills - Wrong Job - No Focus

Too Good to Let Go:
From Trader to Leader

Brilliant and Poised to Fail:
Taking Feedback

Career is Stalled:
Achieving Confidence

From Corporate Attorney to Startup CEO:
Taking the Next Step
1. Does a member of your A-team have a blind spot holding him back?

2. Does your “rising star” need new behaviors to lead at the next level?

3. Are there leadership skills you need but have been afraid to ask for?

If you answered “yes” to any of these, call or email us in confidence us for a 30 minute consultation at no charge. 914-588-8243 or pat@patdrew.org

The Warrior Learns to Listen

Getting Out of the Weeds

Sarah was a senior leader at a $10 billion global firm. Recognized for her brilliance, and “take no prisoners” approach, she was not succeeding; she alienated the groups she most needed to influence. Through coaching Sarah learned how to hold back long enough to give space to others, to listen and learn from them.

Always one to take charge and “do it myself,” she is now “out of the weeds,” and her team is stepping up to the challenges. She has cemented relationships with her peers and key stakeholders whose help she needs. As a result, her team has surpassed their financial goals by 10%.

What happened in the coaching?
Through a special, intimate process, the coach conducted a deep dive, confidential assessment with Sarah’s colleagues, bosses and peers, and extracted key themes which would be most useful to her. She let her see her blind spots in a way she could accept and motivated her to change. For the first time, Sarah could see clearly why she was not succeeding, and exactly what she needed to do to get what she wanted.

Outcome
Sarah is on course to be promoted to Vice President. Just as important, “My job used to be so stressful …now I am actually having fun!”

Does someone on your team have a leadership gap?
Contact Pat Drew for direct and confidential answers.
“Pat is a thoughtful counselor and strategic advisor. She has strong insights in to how to address workplace issues, motivate staff and handle strategic communications for an internal audiece. Pat also brings a depth of experience in helping employers and their staff prepare for and manage secondments in foreign markets.”
 
Matt Harrington
President & CEO
Edelman
July 2, 2010