Executive coaching is designed to help those who are challenged in their roles, as well as those who simply want to maximize their potential. Find out why you need executive coaching.
The Core 4 isn’t a quick-fix-magic-pill-bandaid solution to today’s problems. It’s a roadmap to take you to a place of greater professional health.
Coaching is not a one-size-fits-all, systematized program. It’s a relationship with a trusted advisor who has been where you want to go and knows what it will take for you to get there. A sounding board who has no ulterior motives, just a vested interest in your success. If you’d like to know more about coaching and begin the first conversation in what could be a transformational relationship, contact us today.
When you improve your leadership skills, you’ll see healthier team culture, stronger employee engagement and greater retention. If you want to go further, faster… go with a coach.
Stories have the power to reach employees in ways that facts alone never could. And growing your storytelling skills could help you more effectively lead and grow others.
Most managers think they’re good leaders. But let’s be honest: while some of those people who think they’re good leaders are right, many are wrong. Do you aspire to be a great leader? Let’s start by figuring out what kind of leader you are today.
A coaching leader cannot rest on their laurels, rely on what they learned previously, or allow industry trends to pass them by. To coach others, you must develop a collection of tools to help them deal with various issues that arise.
We know engaged employees are better for team morale and for the bottom line, So, how do you make a difference with your team? It’s all about the Core Four: wellbeing, vision, execution and productivity.
We all have the same number of hours in a day. So, rather than trying to fit it all in with time management, let’s focus on how to manage your priorities to make every moment count.
Human Investing Co-Founder and Owner Pete Fisher spoke at our recent Masters’ Coach event in Santa Barbara, sharing how the mortgage industry can learn from dramatic market shifts to stay competitive and relevant.
This month we welcomed Sue Weaver to our team of executive coaches. Sue brings 25 years of experience in the mortgage industry and has been championing a coaching culture all along the way. We recently sat down with Sue to ask her about her background and life outside of work.
We want you to see yourself as more than a manager. As a leader, you can be a career and life improver. You can be a Coaching Leader. Here’s what sets coaching leaders apart from managers and a guide to help you get there.