As golf phenomenon Tiger Woods states, “Professionals hire a coach to increase their chances of winning; amateurs don’t.

Anyone in a position to significantly impact the success of an organization deserves assistance in achieving goals. Seasoned, newly-appointed, relocating and budding executives all can benefit from a one-on-one coaching program carefully crafted by CMA Midwest to satisfy both individual and organizational needs.

Gain a heightened personal and environmental awareness.

Executives often underestimate their power to effect positive change in the organization through daily interactions. CMA’s coaches help executives zero in on their strengths while also becoming more attuned to critical organizational relationships. Our executive coaching programs succeed because we find the right coach/executive match, clearly define goals and measure process results. Understand the requirements for being even more effective in the organization. The CMA coach helps executives identify and examine critical interactions, viewing them from both the tree and the forest perspectives. Although coaching goals vary, there’s always an opportunity to improve organizational dynamics without trying to remake executives into people they aren’t. The CMA coach works hand-in-hand with the executive to establish priorities and determine a course of action. Team coaching, if identified as a need, is also available from CMA Midwest. Effect change with the tools and risk-free environment that CMA coaches provide.

CMA provides a safe environment to freely discuss and confront all types of executive challenges, as well the objectivity often missing from discussions with peers or other corporate stakeholders. In addition to regular one-on-one interaction, CMA coaches come equipped with all the essential tools 360-degree feedback, literature, exercises, anecdotal aids based on experience and more that help executives effect change in themselves quickly and successfully. To ensure long-term impact, CMA also provides techniques for executives to assess whether they’re maintaining peak performance after the initial engagement.

What executive doesn’t aspire to be all you can be?
CMA helps leaders become more effective beyond their expectations.