Executive Coaching for Organizational Wellbeing
ECOW Pronounced Echō
Elevating Change Agents
Working with executives and watching them transform the world is my passion. As their "intrinsic intel specialist and critical thinking checkpoint," my role is to elevate their persistent presence while supporting their well-being. Leading consciously for a higher impact will change the way business is accomplished.
An Executive Coach does not need to be an expert in your skillset to coach you. However, they need to be an expert in reflecting your truth and how others experience you.
It can help with
Work and life go hand in hand. It is how we integrate the two that works to create the magic of our higher selves.
Manage change and uncertainty
Manage chronic stress and burnout
Increase optimism and overall happiness
Intentions = Impact
Productivity is usually determined by looking at the end result. However, in order to be truly productive, we have to focus on the beginning. It all begins with self- awareness. Productivity is the end result of intention and impact. We must start from within in order to create the impact that we are seeking. Coaching provides the support to create the intentions and purpose that drive productivity.
Create a goal-oriented culture
Make training effective
Improve meeting efficiency
Improve time management
Validate whether the right people are in the right roles
Communication is the foundation that influences relationships. It can either work for us or against us. Developing a communication style that empowers others will in return empower us. When self-awareness is at its highest peak and well thought out and formulated, the language it creates is undeniable. It is empowering. It is professional. It is intentional. It is healthy.
Communicate effectively through crisis
Persuade other people to your vision
Develop and preserve trust
Establish meaningful connections
Be approachable and authentic
Articulate goals and expectations
Confidence | Executive Posture
No matter how knowledgeable and experienced we may be, our confidence and purpose are always in check. But how often do people talk about how they are experiencing us? When we have the skillset to gain that knowledge, we have a deeper understanding of our own judgements, bias, and ego.
Conquer new challenges
Know when to say no
Develop personal accountability
Challenge your limiting beliefs
Regulating ourselves to be efficient and effective without experiencing burnout is what makes the difference between a good leader and an excellent leader. Performance is about the wisdom to utilize resources effectively to develop the highest impact.
· Take action towards achieving goals
· Become more self-reliant
· Contribute more effectively and efficiently
· Take greater responsibility and accountability
· Work more easily and productively with others
"Cindy, thank you. I learned so much about myself. Walking away with some actions to implement with my team was exactly what I was searching for. Funny enough, I tried a few things at home. My son and I had one of the best conversations that we have ever had."
- GS 15, National Security Agency
Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Department of Defense (DOD
Department of Agriculture (DOA)
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Department of Justice (DOJ)
Department of State (DOS)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
George Mason University
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration(NOAA)
National Security Agency (NSA)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration(NASA)
Office of Personnel Management(OPM)
Walt Disney World
Our clients are working in or have worked for the organizations listed. Our work relations are either contracted directly with the organization or subcontracted. Coaching engagements are confidential. Therefore, no personal information is shared unless the client agrees.