Leadership Coaching

Leadership coaching helps with better decision making.

Drives strategy. Maximises critical thinking. Develops trust.

Leadership demands ideas, innovation, inspiration. Building blocks for creativity, motivation, teamwork.

Coaching for senior leaders has become a must have, not a sign of weakness.


 What legacy will you choose to leave as a leader?

Be the leader

  • whose team everyone wants to be part of?
  • who generates the right environment for talent to flourish?
  • who knows the benefit of investing generously in their team’s development?

Leadership coaching helps you develop your particular style and approach. Which enables successful fulfilment of vision, purpose, goals as well as creating that dream team.

 The savvy leader knows

  • leaders must step up in uncertain times
  • how to develop their people to full potential
  • what helps their people work smart not hard

 The savvy leader gets

  • delegating responsibility reaps remarkable rewards
  • good mental health means sharing vulnerabilities freeing others to do so too
  • respect is key.

 The savvy leader appreciates

  • always respect the bottom-line
  • always know people are the most valuable resource
  • always nurture talent for succession plans


  • That’s the SAVVY LEADER.

“Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things. ” Peter F. Drucker

Leadership is a choice . . .  Simon Sinek’s advice is:

Ask questions to understand.

Learn to be the last to speak keeping your opinion to yourself.

Ask for help.


What’s the difference?

As a leader you outline vision always having consulted. You empower your people to deliver. You actively seek diversity of thinking. You welcome challenges to improve and strengthen the business.

A manager is the planner, co-ordinator, controller and monitor of progress of tasks.


CEOs and senior leaders rarely receive outside leadership advice. But most would welcome it. Are you simply expected to know how to lead? What would have been helpful for you as a new leader?

Many organisations use external coaches in addition to internal ones. Why? Because senior people feel more secure having a coach with no connection to the business. What’s your take on this?

How do you measure coaching ROI? It’s really difficult quantitatively, easier qualitatively. Qualitatively by having clear objectives and criteria to identify evidence to demonstrate progress made.

To find out more the following will give you lots of information:

Leaders are more than ever at all levels on the frontline negotiating the way forward in these uncertain times. More than ever are in need of support, a thinking partner with the facility to hold an objective helicopter perspective of the landscape. It can be a lonely place at the top. And of course, it doesn’t have to be.

About Leadership Coaching

About Coaching

How to check this Executive Coach out – snap up a 30 minutes risk free Chemistry session

About Halina Jaroszewska

“Leaders get out in front and stay there by raising the standards by which they judge themselves – and by which they are willing to be judged.”  Frederick W Smith, CEO of Fedex

“Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things. ” Peter F. Drucker

“A leader…is like a shepherd. He stays behind the flock, letting the most-nimble go out ahead, whereupon the others follow, not realizing that all along they are being directed from behind.”  Nelson Mandela

“A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.” Rosalynn Carter