Fundamentally, a coach helps an individual to develop self-awareness, move through challenges, improve their own performance, and create clarity for what the individual desires. Coaching works off the belief that people have the answers they need inside themselves. A coach is not a subject matter expert. In fact, coaching can be most effective when the coach knows little to nothing about the coachee’s business, situation, or area of expertise. Likewise, a coach/coachee relationship is not hierarchical. The coachee is not a subordinate of the coach.
The key skill of coaching involves the coach asking the right questions to help the coachee see different perspectives and the options that are available to them. Leadership growth cannot be separate from personal growth, so also key to coaching is the openness and courage of the coachee to do the “inner work”.
Ultimately, coaching leads to change in an individual’s life. It can produce extraordinary results in a person’s career, relationships, or business.
Top Shelf Hospitality Leadership Coaching empowers leaders in the hospitality industry to do exceptional work. It uncovers strengths and areas of opportunity, clarifies goals, and offers a rare moment to be reflective in order to gain forward momentum.
A mentor is an expert in the learners’ field of study. This person can share know how and show how, give advice, and acts as a role model. Mentors greatly help their learner with how to do a job.
Training is focused on transferring knowledge and skills in a specific area for immediate results. Training can be one-to-one or one-to-many. Mentoring and training work mostly with a client/learner’s present and immediate future.
Counselors are trained professionals in the industry of mental health. They help clients who are dissatisfied in their lives and help work on a client’s identified problem.
A therapist works with clients who are seeking relief from psychological or physical symptoms. They deal with a client’s emotional or physical pain. Both counseling and therapy work mostly with a client’s past experiences.
A consultant provides expertise and solves business problems. They help to develop a business and the leaders in a business. A consultant deals with long-term, strategic goals.
Support leaders managing change or growth (scaling up)
Bridge the gap between management and leadership
Remove obstacles to growth
Create powerful results and major culture shifts
As refreshing as frozé and no brain freeze. One hour goes a long way with your Boss Bestie.
This package is designed to provide the client with a crystal clear vision of your concept and culture and includes:
The Leadership Impact Coaching package is for the leader looking to lift their leadership skills to new levels. It is focused on one objective - dramatically accelerate the coachee’s development as a leader. Clients are challenged to do a deep self-examination, solicit and seriously consider team feedback, adopt new ways of working and communicating, and make the personal changes necessary to step up to a whole new level of performance as a leader.
Session 1: Who You Are
Your leadership strengths, style, and opportunities
Your Leadership Inventory
Session 2: Why You Lead
Session 3: How You Lead
Session 4: Living Your Leadership
Your Boss Promise
This level of coaching requires a significant commitment in time, energy, and resources. It is designed for top level managers and owners and includes:
This package is for the experienced leader who desires significant personal and professional growth. This coaching helps the coachee to “dig deep” and break new ground in their development and potential. Warning: This type of coaching often results in a “Who Moved My Cheese” outcome. It is designed for experienced leaders looking to create massive shifts in perspective and includes:
Ready to make a big change but short on time and resources? This coaching service is designed for the busy leader looking to push through a specific dilemma and make a sustainable change. This package includes: