The most direct way that Dan Coughlin works with an individual to develop the thinking traits necessary to make a significant difference in his or her organization is to serve as the person’s Executive Coach.
In this approach, all the coaching sessions are centered on the person’s real-life business situations. Rather than teaching the content of The Any Person Mindset in a structured format as he does in a keynote or seminar, Dan customizes every coaching session to the actual opportunities and challenges the individual is facing at work.
Every coaching session is very pragmatic and focused on improving actual client situations and results. There is not a structured, step-by-step format that the person has to follow. Instead Dan uses what he calls “Blank Page Consulting,” where he listens to the person describe situations with customers, employees, and suppliers on a wide range of topics including strategy, branding, innovation, and execution to personnel, teamwork, leadership, and personal effectiveness.
He then collaborates with the person to develop effective solutions. Along the way, Dan works with the individual to understand many of the key principles and processes included in The Any Person Mindset management approach and to see how they apply to the person’s real-life business challenges.
This service is primarily for CEOs, business owners, and senior executives who want to become even more effective and significant in their organization. Effectiveness means intentionally acting in a purposeful way that improves results in a desired outcome. Significance means making a tremendously positive and lasting impact on a meaningful outcome.
In addition to phone conversations and/or on-site visits, the individual has unlimited access to Dan during the time of the coaching relationship. This allows the person to receive almost immediate input on opportunities and challenges as he or she is experiencing them.
There is no charge for the first 2 Executive Coaching sessions with Dan Coughlin. These are a free trial period for both the prospective client and Dan to see if they have a good chemistry in working together. If after the second session both individuals feel the coaching relationship could be effective, then Dan will put together a variety of options of how they can work together.
If you are interested in possibly working with Dan Coughlin as an Executive Coach, then you can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just put “Interested in Executive Coaching” in the subject line. Or you can call him at 314/614-8622.