I believe strongly that frequent conversations are a necessary part of making an executive coaching relationship work.  I usually start the engagement with several face-to-face meetings and then evolve the conversation to video conferencing, supported with Email and phone conversations.  Additional face-to-face meetings take place when needed.


As an executive coach, my job is to stay in the background.  Like a sports coach, I will not be playing the game but rather will be helping the executive from the side of the field.

Confidentiality, impartiality, and consistent support are keys to Ron’s executive coaching success.

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Executive Coaching

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As an executive for 15 years, I learned a lot about what it takes to lead and develop organizations, evolve supervisors into managers, and managers into executives.  As a consultant for more than 25 years (interspersed with the executive experience), I have had  many opportunities to help share what I learned.  I have provided executive coaching to leaders at all levels of the organization, ranging from the CEO to the emerging supervisor, in for-profit, non-profit, utility, and government organizations.


Executive Coaching Approach

I follow a systematic approach to help leaders and managers help themselves.  I offer structure and feedback, a sounding board, and clarity.  I try to help invigorate existing roles and uncover new opportunities.  I help the executive understand the context in which he or she is operating and place challenges he or she is facing in proper perspective.  I help executives develop new ways of attacking old problems.  Most of all, I listen, asks questions, and help re-frame thinking.

Many of my clients come to me because they are facing times of change or have recently either experienced a failure or a major breakthrough.  Most engagements are long-term since deep trust does not happen quickly and change takes time.