Leadership Coaching and Counselling
Leadership, be that business owners, executives, directors or managers, is demanding, and leaders often need education and support to meet the challenges they face, which often comes in the form of coaching and counselling. The changing face of the workforce, the demands of the public, and the personal stress of leadership calls for expert leadership coaching and counselling. Leadership Coaching can help leaders inspire and motivate the team while communicating with skill and authority. Leadership coaching can address alternate ways of thinking and doing needed to move the organization towards their goals.
However, since most leaders at some point in time must face their own “Peter Principle” and the limits of their personal and professional lives, leadership counselling can be helpful to address the deeper issues that can block leadership success. Leadership counselling can review your beliefs and cognitions about yourself and others; building your strengths and confidence; finding new ways to address old problems, and exploring personal and home issues as they interplay in the role of leadership.
Our Leadership Coaching and Counselling program brings the best of these two expertise together into one session, according to the needs of the leader. Perhaps the leadership questions go a bit deeper into personal issues of career direction, life meaning, happiness, and home issues. Leadership Coaching and Counselling provides leadership coaching and consultation for the workplace, and counselling for the deeper issues that might need addressing, with the aim of improving both.
Leadership Coaching and Counselling — We Can Help
All our Leadership Coaching and Counselling professionals have previous experience in leadership positions, training in coaching, as well as training in counselling. They are under the supervision of a Registered Ontario Psychologist for insurance purposes. One central phone number (613-425-4257) allows you access to the LCC therapist nearest you.
- I am experiencing a high level of conflict with my co-workers, and seem unable to resolve it.
- I feel overwhelmed with the expectations of my position.
- I am having trouble balancing my home and work life.
- My team is not responding to my attempts to motivate them.