Professional Coaching: The Fad That Won’t Go Away

Fast Company’s author, Jim Bolt described coaching as the “fad that won’t go away”. Coaching has become the resource of choice for increased performance, results, employee satisfaction and retention. In today’s expanding “talent gap”, professional coaching is the most powerful tool for development and enhanced company loyalty. If you want to step up your performance, get noticed, get a promotion, make a major shift, then you need a coach. We can help. We’re obsessed with helping our clients succeed.

Comprehensive Coaching Package

  • Comprehensive six-month program
  • Two 1-hours coaching sessions per month
  • “Interview 360” of 5-7 selected individuals with summarized report of results Assessment of strengths and development opportunities
  • Development of measureable, outcomefocused personal development plan
  • Individual role-plays, problem solving discussions, understanding internal politics, and interpersonal impact issues, leadership coaching, organizational discussions
  • Unlimited individual emails and short phone calls during the period for critical situation discussion and problem solving
  • Up to 3 facilitated discussions with manager

Individual Coaching Program

  • Three-month coaching program
  • Two 1-hour coaching sessions per month
  • Personal development planning, capability assessment, candid feedback, managing internal relationships, overcoming obstacles

Executive Retainer Plan

To take advantage of an “on-call” level of support and consultative coaching, a monthly retainer program is available to a limited number of executives. Most busy senior executives prefer the freedom to schedule conferences throughout the month as needed or just call on short (or no) notice. They appreciate the value of having a Coach reachable virtually 24/7. The Executive Retainer Plan includes unlimited sessions, calls and emails throughout the month on a completely flexible schedule.

Professional Coaching Package

  • Four-month program
  • Two 1-hour coaching sessions per month
  • 2-3 personal interviews (e.g. manager, HR)
  • Development of measureable, outcomefocused personal development plan
  • Outcome and scenario planning, individual role-plays, problem solving discussions, understanding internal politics, leadership coaching,
    “influence” communications
  • Occasional individual emails and short phone calls during the period for critical situations

Experienced Executive Coach

Mina Brown has been an executive coach, career consultant, public speaker and entrepreneur for over 18 years. As a former senior operations executive and CFO, she brings together a successful leadership track record, unusual intuition and deep compassion. She works with senior executives, professionals, and executive teams in large global companies such as Microsoft, Dell, Nissan, and PepsiCo.

Mina Brown, President, is a sought-after coach who knows what it takes for corporate success. She is intuitive, empathetic, and inspiring. Mina’s clients also appreciate her unflinching candor, insight, and focus on tangible results.

She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Board Certified Coach, Certified NLP Coach (NLPC), Master NLP Practitioner, and has valuable certifications in diagnostic instruments and learning tools such as Kolbe Index® Lominger’s Voices360° Assessment®.

Prior to founding the Positive Coach, Mina held the executive positions as CFO of Aviall and SVP and GM of its Aerospace division.  She also held corporate management positions with Ryder System, Amax, and Price Waterhouse. Mina received an MBA from Vanderbilt and is a CPA.  Her new book, BE SMART: Sail Past the Hazards of Conventional Career Advice, is “rewriting the career planning rulebook.”