Private City, Country, Golf and Yacht Club are faced with the challenge of not having the leadership resources to respond to the demanding cultural shifts within the club. Additionally, the successful candidates assuming the leadership roles, don’t always possess the breadth of knowledge and experience to address these challenges.
Professional club executives are expected to perform at a certain level from day one. Yet, few candidates start in their new role with the technical skills, experiential learning and emotional awareness needed to succeed. A proven club executive today must be qualified as a financial administrator, operations and marketing expert, management trainer, etc. Also, they are expected to be an excellent communicator with relationship skills and executive presence in their roles. Clubs are much more complex than they were 5-10 years ago. Factors such as self-awareness and resilience are critical for managers to acquire the ethos of the club.
Club Executive Coaching provides the experience and credentials to coach executives to become a better fit for the club. Our assessments and development plans have proven to help club boards develops the strengths of their executive to perform better in their roles and responsibilities.
Please see the Programs page to learn more about our processes.
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Previous experiences may have you jumping to conclusions that aren’t accurate. With the right assessment, a coach can identify facts to invest your time and energy in the truth about your potential.
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We all have blind spots that catch us by surprise. The coaching process reveals what others know about you that you may not be aware of. The coach will provide proven methods to keep you on the track.