90 Day Focus Program

An individual 90-day Focus Program with Stephen Carr provides executive coaching on a specific, well-defined objective like navigating a career or life transition, getting started on a new project or initiative, focusing attention on a specific aspect of leadership development, or taking the next step to increase practical self knowledge. The Focus Program Coaching Sessions generally occur twice a month for 1.5-2 hours per session. Sessions are conducted in-person, on the phone, or through video conferencing.

We will define the specifics of your program based on a review of your objectives.

 A 90-Day Focus Program can include the following elements:

  1. Expectation Setting includes a review of the process and timeline for the coaching engagement and a clarification of confidentiality and guidelines for the coaching relationship.
  2. A Self-Assessment of skills, strengths, opportunities for development, and initial goals for the focus program.
  3. Hogan Leadership Assessments to be completed on-line and debriefed with the coachee in an executive coaching session.
    • The Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) reveals the leadership behaviors others are likely to see when the coachee is at their best.
    • The Hogan Development Survey (HDS) reveals behaviors others may see when the coachee is stressed.
    • The Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI) reveals a person’s core values, goals and interests and the kind of culture the leader is likely to promote.
  4. The Results Accelerator™ Discovery Session includes the delivery of the The Results Accelerator™ internal 360 AssessmentThis session takes place in a one-day, in-person, off-site meeting.
  5. A review of any other feedback and/or assessment data that has previously been provided to the coachee.
  6. Coaching Sessions – up to 3 months of weekly or bi-weekly individual in-person and/or phone coaching sessions defined by agreement between the coachee and the coach.
  7. Situational Coaching – periodic email exchanges or phone conversations for coaching related to immediate situations in support of the coaching objectives.
  8. Shadow Coaching – the coach and the coachee may decide it would be helpful for the coach to observe the coachee in action in meetings or presentations.
  9. Next Steps – defining a self-directed learning plan and future development goals to support continued focus and attention on the results and change being worked on.

Please feel free to Contact Stephen.