"Leaders step in and step up".
The concept of Executive Coaching, once a rare luxury, has become an important aspect of leadership. Why?
Because most of us have the belief that the way “we see it” is correct and we set about to change the mind of our others!
A personal leadership coach helps us to discern and consider alternatives. More important, a coach provides the leadership tools and information that we might otherwise not draw upon to make informed choices. A coach is a confidant and truth-teller. Dr. Rosenberg provides on site and distance coaching to clients from a wide range of careers including: Healthcare, Engineering, Agriculture, and Medicine.
Clients include: Bon Secours Health Care System, Research Triangle Institute, The University of Arizona, and The Medical University of South Carolina
Sample of Dr. Rosenberg’s Coaching Webinar: Self-Reflection
Dr. Rosenberg in a certified Enneagram instructor and has over 20 years of expertise teaching, training and coaching using this means of personal and professional growth.
The Enneagram is widely used as a means of personal and professional growth in business, academic, and human service settings. In Greek, "ennea" means nine, and "gram" indicates something written down or drawn. The Enneagram is a nine-pointed geometric figure with each of the 9 points representing a different personality profile or style. Within this system each individual has one primary personality type, but also exhibits many of the characteristics of the others.
I saved the best for last! The Enneagram is a way of understanding personality styles that has its roots in ancient Greece and is currently used as a tool in strategic planning and leadership development. By understanding the Enneagram we become aware of our own particular type and how it influences our motivations, patterns of thinking, and ways of interacting with others. With a greater recognition of our own ways of thinking and behaving we can gain the freedom to grow and expand our range of interactions with others. In essence, learning to take better care of ourselves will enable us to better our professional and personal relationships.
"There's a crack in everything…that's how the light gets in." - L. Cohen
Coaching foci vary according to organizational contracts and tailored to individual needs and concerns, Over 15 Inside Out Coaching Modules have been developed to support the learning process and include topics such as Strategic Planning, Communication and Mentorship. Modules include a variety of learning methods to meet learner needs including: selected readings, power point presentations, TED Talk links and podcasts.