Delivered within the context of an organization’s strategic business objectives, executive coaching helps established, new, and high-potential leaders maximize their effectiveness by unlocking the potential in themselves, their people, and their organizations. CFAR’s Coaching Practice helps executives thrive as results-oriented leaders, and expands their abilities to navigate complexity, enhance organizational culture, create aligned teams, and strengthen their capacity to make smart decisions under pressure.
We help leaders grow both personally and professionally, and are committed to strengthening civil discourse, diversity, and inclusivity. We welcome and appreciate the strengths, talents, and experiences of all ages, ethnicities, races, gender identities/expressions, sexual orientations, and physical/developmental ability.
Our work is grounded first in strong relationships. We take great care in matching leaders or teams with a coach from our network of nearly 50 independent, experienced coaches and communications specialists across the world. All are experts in their own right, and their strengths and capabilities are matched with those of the leader to ensure fit and achieve results. Our Coaching Practice is fueled by collaboration and creativity—not only between clients and coaches, but also within our coaching network itself.
Through honesty, integrity, and a steadfast display of respect, CFAR’s Coaching Practice has earned the trust of clients including family businesses, non-profit organizations, healthcare systems, global corporations, foundations, government agencies, and professional firms.
CFAR’s Coaching Practice Yesterday and Today
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This week's Spotlight features External Relations Manager Cathy Brundage. Cathy has been with CFAR since 1983, joining what was then the Wharton...