Our engagements are designed to target both the needs of client organizations and individual needs. While the circumstances may vary from engagement to engagement, the following provides a basic outline of our 6-phase process and framework.
Stage 1: Contracting and Goal Setting
Builds foundation of success
Clarifies objectives, roles and responsibilities
Stage 2: Assessment and Feedback
Assesses strengths, weaknesses, gaps and impact
Provides assistance interpreting feedback
Determines roadmap for success
Stage 3: Development Planning
Details action plan
Clarifies development process and progress benchmarks
Creates a customized development plan
Stage 4: Stakeholder Engagement
Gains commitment and support from stakeholders
Builds agreement on developmental priorities
Develops important mentoring relationships
Stage 5: Implementation and Ongoing Planning
One on one coaching with executive and coach
Practices new behaviors and troubleshoots obstacles
We believe that institutional buyers and sponsors should expect to experience a number of key areas of alignment, rigor and accountability when working with a high quality executive coaching organization.
CPI has built our practice on these principles:
Alignment with financial, operating and human relationship goals
Single point of contact with full responsibility for the portfolio of consulting engagements
Rigorous coach selection
Uniform coaching framework for consistent excellence
Agreement on milestones and outcomes
We partner with you to develop a customized approach to enhance the effectiveness of your team.
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