Washington DC Executive Coaching

Washington DC Executive Coaching  ~ What is executive coaching?

In Washington DC Executive Coaching is often sought. Many corporate and educational leaders are deeply invested in their work-life. They frequently ask, “What is executive coaching?” What are the benefits of this kind of consultation?

For corporate, organizational and educational leaders executive coaching can be helpful in several ways. For instance, it can help you to:

To learn more about my approach to executive coaching read my nationally-syndicated, Washington Business Journal Column, “Corporations on the Couch”. These columns address corporate, organizational and educational dynamics. In addition, my Washington Post articles, below, examine career and work-life challenges.

Washington Business Journal Column, “Corporations on the Couch”

The Washington Business Journal editor asked me what one tips I’d give to someone starting a new business or position. Here’s what I had to say:

Chalk it up to Experience: Small business experts teach you a thing about questions you should be asking,

“Be specific: Lynn Friedman, Corporations on the Couch columnist, wants to think about failure: “Before embarking in a new business, envision a perfect outcome in which you have achieved all your goals, successfully.

Describe it in detail. Include products and services, profits, number of employees and an array of business considerations. Also think about the impact you’d like to make and the recognition you’d like to get.

‘Ask yourself, ‘What are the benefits of success?’ Then, ask, ‘What are the advantages of failure?’ Tune into the inhibitions that you may have about success: Will it strain certain relationships? Alter your role in your family? Change how you see yourself?’

‘Take stock of both the advantages of success and, baffling enough, the advantages of failure.’”

In short, this comment urges you to think about the downside to success.

“Corporation on the Couch” columns on Executive Coaching

Corporate and Organizational Dysfunction

These columns address corporate dysfunction. First, they explore how organizational dynamics often, inadvertently, reinforce organizational and individual dysfunction. Second, they describe how these difficulties can be overcome. Third, they address steps leaders can take to build healthy organizations.

Dealing with a Difficult Boss

How do you deal with a difficult boss? Here are some tips on how to protect yourself while dealing with troubling bosses.

Dealing with a Difficult Employee

Bosses aren’t the only ones who create difficulties. For example, in today’s climate, the errant employee can pose significant HR challenges and legal risks.

Human Resource Challenges

If you’re in HR, you face challenges navigating concerns around equity, diversity and inclusion. Therefore, I’ve provided several columns that I hope will be helpful.

Employees with emotional challenges

Do you have gifted employees who practice self-sabotage?  Do these talented works have emotional problems  that interfere with their effectiveness? Read here: Career Coaching in Washington DC

Do you need Executive Coaching, Career Coaching, Psychotherapy or Psychoanalysis?

Wondering whether you should consider executive coaching, career counseling, psychotherapy or psychoanalysis? Learn more, here.

The Washington Post

Executive Coaching – Thriving In The Workplace:

Developing a Successful Career Path:

Finally, if you are interested in career or executive counseling, psychotherapy or psychoanalysis feel free to call me at: 301.656.9650.

Please note: In this era of COVID-19, I am providing online psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, clinical consultation, supervision, and executive and career counseling. If this interests you, feel free to give me a call:301.656.9650.

 

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