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Wallace Core Coaching

Advancing Leaders

How do you maximize the performance of your staff? How do you keep your staff focused in spite of the stress that surrounds them? How do you improve your team effectiveness in spite of poor communication and conflict? If you want to overcome these or similar challenges, enhance your relationships with your team and colleagues, master your leadership skills and transform your team, you can truly benefit from partnering with a leadership development coach.

Coaching leaders to "coach" their team is a shift in the archetypal management form of delegation from the “how to” to the “what” - i.e. giving directions versus defining common objectives. Intelligent leaders possess a deeper level of awareness of their own and other's emotional state and core energy. Through coaching, a leader learns how to develop a greater awareness of self and others and to manage with greater impact by achieving sustainable results. Coaching transforms the 'boss - employee' relationship to a joint collaborative venture which draws on collective creative skills and abilities to achieve greater results.

Imagine what it would be like to have someone partnering with you through the process of coaching your team and experiencing the positive effects? Partnering with a leadership development coach can greatly create positive impact in many areas:

  • productivity and performance
  • interpersonal effectiveness
  • leadership capability
  • sales performance
  • teamwork
  • customer service, and
  • job satisfaction.

Do you want to make a difference in quality of your work life and success for your company or organization, yourself and your team? Your team’s success is your success!

You are welcome to explore this website for additional information and to contact Wallace Core Coaching for further details.


“A leader's role is to raise people's aspirations for what they can become and to release their energies so they will try to get there.”
David R. Gergen
American journalist and U.S. White House advisor