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Executive Leadership

Executive Leadership Training for Enhanced Performance and Organizational Results

As a CEO or business owner, you are responsible for the overall performance and "results" achieved by your organization. Translating your vision into actions performed by others requires self-awareness and an understanding of how human beings and your organization operate as a whole. In other words, the corporate vision needs to be shared and embraced by the organization's workforce. Through executive leadership training, with L.E.A.P.S. you will acquire a deep level of self-awareness as it relates to your ability to effect meaningful changes in employees, leaders, managers and your organization for enhancing performance and productivity.

L.E.A.P.S. Researched-based Approach to Executive Training and Coaching

Typical Abstract

A review of the literature on coaching reveals that very little empirical research has focused on the executive coaching methods used by consultants with managers and leaders in organizations. Within the framework of a 17-dimensional model of systems and psychodynamic theory, the author provides an overview of a conceptual approach to coaching activities that incorporates 5 identifiable components plus an emphasis on goal setting, intervention methods, and hypothesized factors in negative consulting outcomes. A definition of executive coaching is offered as a way of summarizing the literature and differentiating these consulting activities from others for the purpose of improving conceptual clarity and encouraging specific research on the concepts, methods, and outcomes of such activities. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)


Kilburg, R. R. (1996). Toward a conceptual understanding and definition of executive coaching.

Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 48(2), 1996, 134-144. doi: 10.1037/1061-4087.48.2.134

Based on the abstract cited above, one can immediately recognize that a research-driven approach to Executive training and Coaching provides considerable advantages with regard to organizational integration. In other words, sound research eliminates much the "guess work" often associated with both personal and organizational development. Organizational change will necessitate personal change. In other words, organizational improvement by its very nature involves personal improvement. Consequently, it begins at the top with a focus on self-awareness and the fundamentals of how human beings and organizations operate. Executive training includes a powerful framework for understanding organizational performance and productivity, and the development of intervention strategies aimed at improving two fundamental types of company results that are critical for operational success:

  • Objective results - productivity, effectiveness, market share, profitability
  • Subjective results -corporate culture, climate ,trust, human relations
The L.E.A.P.S. Results-oriented Approach

An implementation strategy is a step-by-step procedure for taking advantage of the existing characteristics of the planning culture in such a way as to enhance the likelihood of the planning being accepted and used.  The process of introducing a planning procedure into an organization is a subtle one of taking advantage of an established planning culture and, in turn, of reinforcing that culture.  Planning cannot be introduced into an organization that is not ready to accept it.  An all at once introduction of a comprehensive planning process is almost inevitably doomed.

The implementation of the strategy involves four fundamental steps that could be called the management process:
  1. Planning,
  2. Programming,
  3. Budgeting, and
  4. Designing measurement and reward systems.
Functional Executive Training Strategies For Organizational Development

L.E.A.P.S. offers a highly functional and practical five-step approach to the organizational development process.
Basic tasks or functions of a leader are:
  1. Planning
  2. Organizing,
  3. Guiding,
  4. Staffing, and
  5. Controlling. 
  • Assessing present situation
  • Setting goals and strategy
  • Forecasting future
  • Organization Chart
  • Span of control
  • Job descriptions
  • Reward system


  • Communicating
  • Delegating
  • Motivating
  • Selecting
  • Enlisting
  • Training
  • Retaining
  • Establishing a standard
  • Measuring the performance by the standard
  • Correcting the performance to meet the standard
Planning is the process of deciding in advance on some future course of action.  It involves formulating goals and objectives, and then determining the steps necessary to attain them.  At the corpus of the developmental process is the willingness to learn "new" and innovative approaches to executive training and organizational development. Some of the key fundamentals can be extrapolated to include:

  • Building a strong and fully-functioning leadership team.
  • Creating shared understanding of a "shared commitment" to the company's vision, mission and core values.
  • Incorporating a team leadership philosophy and culture that engenders organizational effectiveness and efficiency
  • Assuming the role of Chief Architect of company's culture and climate.
  • Developing a well-conceived Vision and Strategic Plan.
  • Ensuring that execution (implementation of action plans) is done productively and profitably, at all levels.
  • Establishing methods for periodic and ongoing review of progress toward goals, assessing performance, and re-setting direction when necessary.
Concepts, Tools, Strategies and Practice to Support your Particular Learning Needs

Executive leadership training is designed to provide you with powerful and transformational insights about yourself and your ways of interacting. You will also be introduced to a new and powerful ways of understanding language, conversations and the "actual actions" of effective leadership. Your training will include traversing numerous mental, psychological, emotional and physical domains. It entails expanding many human elements within all of us that dramatically impact our capacity to communicate and effectively and to lead others within an organization with above-average insight and creativity.
You will see with "new eyes" the strengths and the areas for improvement within yourself and your organization.  And you will be equipped with new tools and a new clarity about the most powerful drivers of execution that leads to much-needed transformation in your organization's climate and culture.

Leadership development impact programs are custom-designed to address your needs, concerns and goals. You will gain a deeper understanding about with regard to the diversity of leadership styles and leadership qualities that help and hinder effectiveness. For individual executives or executive leadership teams, these interactive leadership training courses promise to impact expand your awareness, build your leadership skills and increase your ability to achieve positive results.