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Executive Advisory

You need an experienced and trusted partner who has no agenda.

 

The Pressure and Expectations Placed
on Executives Have Never
Been Greater.

The nature of your role is one sometimes filled with constant uncertainty and ambiguity where you need to rise above the politics and motivate the troops.

“The key takeaway for executives is that seeking out a coach or advisor is not a sign of a fundamental problem or weakness, but instead a key attribute of being a superior leader . . . they should understand that it could help make the difference between a good organization and a visionary one.” — Harvard Business Review, 2017

I am honored to work with the best who recognize that in order to lead others, they must first work on themselves.

How We Work Together:

  • Unbiased Third-Party Objective Review

  • Support System For Accountability

  • Devil’s Advocate On Key Moves

  • Idea & Technique Resource

  • Discuss Challenging Personnel Issues

How I Help You:

  • Respond Quickly

  • Align Strategic Goals

  • Frame Language

  • Increase Emotional Engagement

  • Make High Value Decisions

We can work together in a number of ways — advisory conversations, strategic off-sites (at my headquarters), one-on-one coaching sessions (in-person, Skype, or phone). These are the tools of my practice.

The second area, transparent, but critical — is the quality of the relationships my clients have with me, with their senior teams, and with themselves.

Rich’s calm demeanor allows me to explore areas of my life that I had previously ignored. In world of greed and selfishness, Rich helps see the true meaning of work, family, and life. I would not be where I am today without his guidance, enthusiasm, and compassion.
— Ward Smith, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Stanley Black & Decker
“It’s often said that we could all benefit from coaching. Rich provided me with straight forward, no nonsense practical advice and strategies that I was able to implement quickly. His negotiating and management tips are now part of my tool kit to better manage my career and priorities.
— Anthony Tuccinardi, Vice President, Acliviti