Organizational coaching is not a lightweight endeavor, and it requires a deep skillset and well of experience to get there.

Powerful questions. Clean questions. Feedback. Validation. Mentoring. Coaching. Knowing the differences between coaching and mentoring, and how to conduct those sessions effectively. How to create and hold psychological safety for a team. How to reflect and retrospect on previous work, then adapt responses to improve going forward. Setting objectives and key results (OKRs) for teams. Big-room planning. Dependency mapping. Facilitating sessions. Teaching new skills and helping an organization practice those newly found tools. Shaping practices to reflect an organization’s changing culture. Agile implementations and transformations. Scaling teams and practices.

Imagine an organization where people have not only the ability to apply these skills in their day-to-day work and professional relationships, but the confidence and know-how to do so whenever needed. As an experienced agilist, a leadership and executive coach, and an Organization and Relationship Systems (ORSC) coach, I can help your company tackle and overcome some of its biggest challenges. Together, we’ll find new ways to help your organization move forward.

Contact Erin to discuss organizational and enterprise coaching, bringing about change and forward momentum for your company.