HRMC’s approach to executive coaching is an experiential and individualized leader development process that builds an increased ability to achieve short- and long-term organizational goals.  Coaching is conducted through one-on-one interactions, driven by data from multiple sources, and based on mutual trust and respect.  The executive, coach, and other stakeholders work in partnership to achieve maximum impact and measurements of success.  The process involves learning at three levels:


  1. Solving tactical problems – Addressing day-to-day issues that have an impact on the executive’s job performance or potential for future assignments of greater responsibility.
  2. Learning new ways of behaving – Developing leadership capabilities and new ways of thinking and acting that generalize to other situations and roles.
  3. Learning how to learn – Developing skills of self-reflection that ensure learning will continue after the formal coaching process ends (also described as “self-coaching”).


Each coaching experience is different and customized to the needs of the organization and executive.