From our Clients:

Improve communication and trust.

Legacy coaches are able to help leaders to improve communication and trust among their teams, while surfacing complex issues that are in the way of achieving a shared vision. These skilled coaches remind us all that the competition is supposed to be on the outside of the organization and not the inside.

-Jim Nathan, CEO, Lee Memorial Health System




From the Research:

Sustained behavior change, increased self-awareness and understanding, and more effective leadership were some of the most frequently mentioned results of coaching.

-Wasylyshyn, K.M. (2003). Executive coaching: An outcome study. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 55, 94-106.

Executive Transition Coaching

Executives transitioning into a new role or organization can face many challenges. In order to establish respect and trust with others, the executive must clearly and quickly understand the new environment and culture in which he or she is working, build key relationships, communicate a clear and compelling vision, and know how to align others around their vision. Executives can leverage the knowledge and experience of Legacy coaches who have helped many executives transition seamlessly. With the help of an experienced Legacy coach, executives can maximize their impact in the first 100 days and beyond.

Why EXECUTIVE TRANSITION Coaching Works:

  • Create and execute a strategic approach for the first 100 days
  • Establish key relationships with key stakeholders
  • Generate lasting support for initiatives
  • Address blind spots and potentially derailing behaviors
  • Effectively apply current strengths in the new role
  • Create a clear and compelling vision
  • Clearly understand the organization's culture
  • Identify and utilize team strengths quickly
  • Safe, confidential environment in which to explore challenging situations
  • Coach provides an external perspective
  • Goal focused and results oriented

EXECUTIVE TRANSITION COACHING IS PERFECT FOR:

  • Leaders transitioning into a new role.
  • Leaders transitioning into a new organization or business group.
  • Leaders working with a new team as a result of a reorganization, merger, or acquisition.
  • Leaders charged with creating or taking over a challenging initiative.


Legacy Alliance also provides:

Physician COACHING

Physicians are often asked to step into leadership roles. They are capable leaders, but sometimes lack the training or exposure to key leadership skills. The transition from practice management to organizational leadership is sometimes difficult and challenging.


WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP COACHING

Women face nearly all of the issues that men face in a leadership role, however, they often experience these challenges in a different way.