Supporting individuals, teams and organizations to take courageous and purposeful action toward sustained results.
Glide Path Leadership offers a variety of highly customized, confidential coaching programs designed to help everyone from C-Level leaders fast-track their performance to parents who just want to have more balance in their lives and more enriching relationships with their kids. Steve has coached leaders across every kind of organization—from early stage start-ups to Fortune 500 CEO’s. So whether you want to accelerate your transition to a new role, broaden your organizational influence, get ready to take on high visibility challenges, or amplify your executive presence, Glide Path’s coaching programs will help you get there.
But coaching isn’t just for ambitious executives! We specialize in family and fatherhood coaching and recognize the importance of the coaching relationship being “whole person” focused and of course, that’s bigger than just your career..
So why might you want to work with a Coach?
Lets start here. Do you want to:
If any of the above struck a chord, coaching just might be a great path for you.
Is Coaching for anybody and everybody?
Coaching is for those who are ready to commit to lasting change – and willing to invest time and energy in doing the rigorous work required to develop self-awareness and create new ways of thinking, behaving and relating.
Coaching is a process that has clients take a truthful, unflinching look at where they are and where they really want to go. The good news is you’ll be taking full responsibility for yourself and your circumstances. The bad news is that taking full responsibility is not for everybody.
Coaching involves making financial and energetic investments in you and, quite frankly, is not something to be entered into quickly or lightly. That said, when you are ready – when you know that you’re hungry for change and that it’s high-time to get on track, then you’re likely a very good candidate for coaching…
What’s my next step?
For starters, it’s best to get a sense of what working with a particular coach will be like for you. Like trying out a new car, the best way to find out is to experience coaching for yourself.
Oh… By the way: The test-drive won’t cost you a dime, and you’ll get some very good stuff out of the experience – regardless of whether we continue to work together or not. Shoot me a note from the “Contact Us” page and we’ll schedule a time to kick the tires.
I feel an equal with Steve. He’s sharing his knowledge but I don’t feel lectured to. Rather I feel my own self reflections are a major part of the process as is Steve’s guidance. Steve’s style is sincere yet professional. He opens up about his own insecurities which allows me to be more comfortable and less judgemental about my own perceived short comings. He’s kind and non judgemental but still challenges me and my ways of thinking. A session with Steve means something in me will be adjusted but not in a traumatic way. Sometimes it takes a bit of time to see where we have been in a session and what lessons I have learnt. I find his accepting nature to be a safe place to share and trust.
My experience was just fantastic…in my world there are no outlets for discussions of things that truly bother me and things/ decisions I must make as it relates to both personal and business decisions…I felt as if I had become so wrapped up in my own head that I was in no way seeing other points of view and /or no longer using ANY outside resources as a “learning” approach…it became clear to me after the coaching sessions stopped for a few weeks that I was falling in to old habits the week of Thanksgiving and I caught myself and was able to employ some tools that Steve had taught me to pull myself back out of the situation, before getting down the same rabbit holes “again”.