Executive Coaching Develops Strong Leaders

MindHandle’s executive development helps your organization’s leaders at all levels develop powerful communications skills they need to help build a strong employment brand and consumer brand.

Executive development focuses on executive-level employees as well as high-potential managers and team leaders to maximize performance, job satisfaction, and retention throughout the enterprise.

Grow the Leaders

Grow the leaders who grow your business

To activate an employment brand to its fullest potential, leaders must become thought leaders. This means assuming the responsibility of communicating, in channels ranging from the big conference stages to the weekly status meetings. Is your leadership team ready to grace the stage and deliver compassionate, inspiring messages that galvanize people to take action?

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Leadership Styles Vary

Leadership and management styles vary throughout an organization from one department to another, as well as from leader to leader.

Styles may be participative, visionary, transformational, bureaucratic, coaching, authoritarian, or something else. MindHandle executive development helps leaders develop and refine their best leadership styles and communications skills.

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Are Leaders Born or Made?

The debate about whether leaders are born or made has been around forever. Most experienced organizational leaders agree that it’s some of each.

One person may have strong analytical skills, another may be a better listener. MindHandle executive development helps leaders fine tune their strengths and develop proficiencies in areas that need further development.

Some personality traits are inborn, such as positive energy, passion, and the ability to move others to action. Making difficult decisions and communicating them well are mostly acquired skills.


Executive Development for Essential Leadership Skills

MindHandle offers executive development in these closely related areas.

1. Communication Skills Training

Employees need to know what is expected of them and they need to hear it from supervisors and management. MindHandle helps leaders find their communications strengths and put them to best use. Some of the communications elements we address include:

  1. Asking questions
  2. Listening
  3. Replying and summarizing
  4. Being specific
  5. Complimenting people
  6. Noticing body language
  7. Making every audience an audience of one
  8. Keeping things brief and focused
  9. Keeping an open mind
  10. Changing the message, if needed
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2. Presentation Training

Leadership is communication, and an employee’s success depends largely on the skills to paint a picture of a brighter future and show teammates the way. That’s why MindHandle teaches The Campfire Method® for presentation and communication skills training. So established and aspiring leaders alike can get more people moving in the right direction, quickly.  Training includes: 

  1. Developing a brand story that unfolds naturally 
  2. Knowing your audience intimately and making the story about them 
  3. How to work within the limitations of venues, sound, lighting, and sight lines 
  4. Help you develop and use your strengths to your advantage 

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Anecdote vs. Story. What's the Difference?

While storytelling is MindHandle’s gift to the world, we're aware it's also somewhat of a buzzword in marketing, as the entire org chart learns to embrace humankind's most enduring form of communications.

We witness and contribute to thousands of versions of stories generated and shared every year, and we're privy to many anecdotes as well. An anecdote can be an incredibly useful tool, but marketers must be aware of the differences between them and when to employ one or the other.

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Stories Open the Door to Your Mind

"We're on the same page."

"Are you riding this wavelength?"

"Now you're speaking my language."

"I'm smellin' what you're steppin' in." However you say it (and there are infinitely more ways), there's something magical about that feeling when you realize you and another person are aligned in your thoughts. Especially if that other person can affect your ideas' chances to succeed.

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of companies don’t have a long-term internal communication strategy, though about half said they wanted to make improving leadership communication a top priority

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., 2018


billion dollars, is how much disengaged employees are estimated to cost organizations per year. This loss is experienced in wage dollars, retraining time, loss of profit, loss of sales, and much more

DNA of Engagement, 2019


of employees said a lack of open, honest communication has the most negative impact on employee morale

Recruiter, 2013