Leadership Coaching

Johnson Applied Solutions coaching philosophy ensures that one will see and approach the role of manager as a leader — one who challenges and develops your employees’ knowledge, skills and abilities to achieve the best performance results, and to function as self-sufficiently as possible. In other words, if you manage as a coach, your staff members learn, grow, and work hard, too. In the business world, managing as a coach is a necessity not only for your success, but also for your survival.

Leadership coaching is about helping employees become more effective — and supporting and involving your employees in the process. Coaching influences employee adaptability, productivity, and retention. It helps you make better use of your time.

Johnson Applied Solutions consultants are senior level coaches, trainers, process consultants, and facilitators who bring years of experience in all the tools and practices necessary to create inspired collective acumen in organizations. Johnson Applied Solutions coaches are seasoned and certified with experience in a wide range of organizations, including U.S military, law enforcement, fortune 100 companies, local, state, and federal government agencies.

Today’s organizational environment is more complex, volatile and unpredictable than ever before. With it the skills needed for leadership and employee engagement at all levels have also changed. Given the organizational complexities, including shifting roles and responsibilities and the continuously changing environment that organizations are facing, our approach to coaching fosters self-awareness and an expanded capacity to think in new ways that leads to people’s ability to grow and develop in ways that have not been required before.

Johnson Applied Solutions coaching engagements are also set within the context of the larger purview of connections in which the coachee operates. With the guidance of the coach the dialogue with others is a vehicle for enlarging the thinking process of the coachee in real time that fosters a desire by the coachee to stretch, learn and develop in new ways.

  • Deeper learnings – about yourself, how you’re perceived, where you can improve
  • Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence
  • Support for improving specific skills – communication, delegation, conflict management, team building, persuasion
  • Results – greater productivity and faster action – advancing things faster and with greater precision
  • Ideas for ways to improve that you may not see – awareness of blind spots
  • Awareness of perspectives, beliefs, and attitudes that may be holding you back
  • Clarity on your values and what you stand for, which leads to greater conviction