The skills that got you here may not be enough to keep you here

According to CompassPoint’s 2011 Daring to Lead survey of nonprofit leaders, Executive Coaching is rated as “very effective” more than any other professional development activity, as per chart below:


However, only 10% of nonprofit leaders are currently working with a coach. Nonprofit leaders have identified a problem, so why aren’t they using the tool that they’ve identified as part of the solution?

Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and. professional potential.

Engage with a coach and continue to develop your skills so you can be successful as a leader going forward…

Benefits of Executive Coaching

  • Better decision making that positively impacts organizational performance.
  • Confident team members, able to take on more responsibility.
  • Strong relationships with team members, through compassion and understanding.
  • A more inclusive and comprehensive worldview, opening yourself to alternative viewpoints.
  • A more calm and open workplace, by responding constructively to difficult and emotionally charged situations.
  • Higher levels of productivity, by understanding how to align your work with your passions.