Finance Executive coaching
You are a senior executive in the finance field. You could be the CEO or CFO of a successful investment firm. Your role could be driving value in your organization, increasing EBITDA, making day-to-day management decisions, or even expanding the firm.
You realize that in order to be a more effective leader, you must seek out an Executive Coach familiar with the finance field.
Hello, I am Suzanne Muusers, Professional Coach to successful finance executives. I have been coaching finance leaders since 2004 when I completed my coach training at Coach U after leaving the Vanguard Group.
I work with c-suite executives in private equity, venture capital, hedge fund management, global investment management, financial planning, mutual fund industry, investment banking, and other financial fields.
Being an executive in the finance field is a challenging, yet rewarding place to be. I help my clients take stock of their strengths and become better leaders. Whether it's mentoring your team or pleasing your board of directors, I help you achieve your objectives.
Here are a few areas we may review during our coaching engagement:
1) Mindset Shift
If you've read "Good to Great" by Jim Collins, you know that great companies have all the right people in the right seats. But what about your seat? Do you have the right mindset? Could you need a shift in thinking, feeling, and acting to be a better leader.
Developing good relationships with the board of directors, management, senior leadership, and team members requires deepening your communication skills.
3) Setting Objectives
What are the goals, actions, and activities necessary for success? We will focus on getting results and achieving goals more quickly during our coaching sessions.
4) Skill Building
Which skills need refining? Internal communications, alternative behaviors, attitudes, and strengths. You'll have "skill muscles" that need flexing to develop and grow in your role.
5) Organizational Communication
Getting the right information to the right people at the right time is necessary for organizational success. We will work on strengthening interpersonal relationship skills and how to become a problem solver.
6) Time Management
What best practices need tweaking? You'll need to find more time in your day and learn to be more effective at managing your availability. In order to do this, there could be changes to be made.
What behaviors need to be modified? How should your thinking processes adapt? Have you worked on your Emotional Intelligence (EQ)? Making changes requires taking one step at a time.
8) Be a role model
Being ethical and having integrity means doing what you say you'll do. You'll look at ways to be a better person, one that people look up to and you'll become an inspiring leader.
9) Coach others
One important trait of great leaders is teaching others to be the best at what they do. Mentoring and helping your team set goals and create positive outcomes is crucial to your success.