Why Executive Coaching?

Every day you stand in the center of a whirlwind, a storm of competing goals, tasks, and problems. The varied and complex situations which come from leading organizations and people can test even the best leaders. Who are you turning to for help navigating these issues and finding balance? What investments are you making in yourself, both as a leader and a person? This is where I can help. 

Be you, but greater. This is my coaching belief. It means not trying to change who you are but focusing on the authentic you and embracing it. It also means recognizing you are already a good leader, but by striving to be a greater leader, we can increase that good while minimizing barriers.

When I was first introduced to Steve, I did not completely understand the value of having an Executive Coach. But from our very first meeting, Steve made it clear it wasn’t about him, but all about me. He explained his job was to be whatever I needed him to be to help me further develop as an executive leader. Through his guidance, humor, and accountability, I found a better balance of giving my employees what they want from me as a leader, while still ensuring our work gets done and done well.

– Executive Coaching Client

As a certified coach, I use an inquiry-based methodology aimed at creating awareness, generating action, and facilitating learning and growth. I couple that with a system of accountability that sustains change. Everything we do will be built on a foundation of confidentiality, care, and support.

And because no executive wants or needs the same thing, I’ve developed three coaching packages to ensure we leverage your strengths, achieve your goals, and uncover that greater you. 

To learn more about my coaching packages via my one-page overview, set up a time to talk, or perhaps schedule a complimentary 30-minute coaching session, contact me at [email protected] or 920-334-9080.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Steve Baue

Steve created a safe and trusting environment that allowed open discussions to happen without fear of judgment. Steve asked thought-provoking questions to get me to concentrate and identify root causes of some of my behaviors. This approach was much more engaging than being told what my “areas of improvement” were and how I was going to correct them. Instead, it was a collaboration of Steve, my boss, and I to identify and prioritize key improvement areas.

– Executive Coaching Client

Contact Steve

Let’s have a conversation about helping you be you, but greater!