Hiring a coach can transform your leadership performance and impact
Coaching helps individual leaders establish goals and turn them into reality. It can help develop individual strengths as well as provide an external, impartial perspective on situations and strategies. A recent Fortune magazine study showed that Leadership improved 22% with training but by 77% when combining that training with coaching.
A short biography
Jerry Bernstein has over 15 years operational and sales experience in industry at board level, in the Retail, Foodservice and Leisure sectors.
He has worked with FTSE 100 companies, start-ups and venture capitalists both in Europe and the U.S.A.
With an English Language degree combined with Sports Psychology, Jerry has also studied Global Leadership at Babson College, School for Executive Leadership in Boston U.S.A. He has a gift for communication and the ability to coax the potential from people.
Jerry has coached and mentored at all levels of organisations across sectors and industires. Please see below for a sample list of coaching clients.
A selection of our clients:
I've have had the pleasure of working with a diverse range of leaders, from both large corporations and smaller, local companies':
Cooperative Financial Services | Anglo American | Lloyds Pharmacy | Experian | Xylem | Maxinutrition
A simple, compelling process that helps leaders get real results.
The process starts by gathering information - both from the person being coached and other relevent parties.
As a Neuro-Linguistic Programming practitioner, Jerry uses a variety of coaching tools including Wiley's 360 degree feedback tool '363' alongside Everything DiSC's Work of Leaders diagnostic report.
Coaching programmes vary in length and are individually tailored. A common programme might consist of four, 2 hour face to face sessions combined with email and telephone support over a three month period. Choosing the right coach is an important decision. If you're interested in learning more please get in touch so that we can see if there is a fit...