Not comfortable discussing your business and personal issues with a group? Don’t be concerned, many entrepreneurs are private people and hold their business and personal financial concerns close.
Your Financial Executive Consultant is closer than your physician! When Diane Dutton, CPA acts as your Personal Concierge Financial Accounting Consultant, your personal financial information remains highly confidential and Ms. Dutton is bound by ethics guidelines set forth within the CPA profession. The work that occurs between the “C” level executive and your Financial Executive Consultant solves problems and provides personalized support from an independent position outside of the company, leaving no concern that alliances are forged with business employees will impact the outcome of consulting needs in a negative way.
Your ESO Executive Coach can provide the CEO of an organization with a sounding board to think through key issues. The relationship created with the executive coach is in addition to and does not replace existing relationships with the CEO's senior management, board members or other advisors. One advantage of the executive coaching relationship is that there are no 'strings attached' to conversations--as exist when the parties have on-going formal relationships and established roles that must be considered.
The typical coaching relationship contains two elements:
1. The CEO agrees to complete one or more confidential personal and business assessments for the executive coach. These
assessments tools can provide information to the CEO on "Who am I?", "How do others see me?" and "How do I relate to others?” The personal and business assessment process helps the CEO discover how he/she impacts others and provides a solid beginning for the on-going coaching relationship.
2. Periodic phone or in person one-on-one
conversations, as desired by the CEO, comprise the on-going executive coaching relationship. Usually, a minimum of one conversation per month is necessary to maintain a continuity of understanding of critical issues. These meetings can include review of strategic planning issues, previous action result reporting, planning next steps and evaluating business results, employees, relationships and anything else that might affect the achievement of the CEO’s goals and objectives for themselves and their company.
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