For over fifteen years Natalia has supported highly-successful professionals in achieving their highest potential through powerful and incisive Executive Coaching.

Natalia’s clients range from C-suite Board members and Senior Executives to high-potential professionals who are looking for support in their careers and their personal lives. Together, they craft a bespoke coaching programme aimed at solving complex personal and organisational challenges.

Natalia’s in-depth experience, both in business and as a leading Executive Coach, helps her clients achieve better performance and business results while developing and growing at a personal and professional level. Through a variety of methodologies and coaching tools, Natalia is able to help clients identify their key challenges, priorities and desired outcomes, then support them along their journey towards change.

Natalia’s own goal while coaching is very simple: help her clients achieve meaningful success in every aspect of their personal or professional lives.

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  • Typical Goals

    Natalia specialises in a broad range of areas, though most coaching engagements are typically connected to the following goals:
    • Developing leadership skills and behaviour
    • Performance and development
    • Building self confidence , leadership presence and gravitas
    • Developing emotional intelligence: self-awareness, self management, social awareness, empathy and relationship building
    • Increasing interpersonal skills: capacity to impact and influence; build personal credibility, increase motivation and better stakeholder management
    • Strengthening networking and business development skills
    • Inspiring and motivating followers, creating loyalty and commitment
    • Developing vision and strategy
    • Managing time and workloads more effectively: delegating, prioritising and stress management
    • Achieving work-life balance
    • Career development and change, promotions
    • Managing cultural change
    • Effective succession planning
    • Managing conflict and complex relationships
  • Process

    The Executive Coaching process begins with an initial consultation, otherwise known as a “chemistry meeting”, to determine whether both parties are suited to working together. For a successful Executive Coaching programme, it is indeed essential that both feel respected and comfortable with one another.

    In this meeting, Natalia will aim to give the client a sense of what working together would be like so that, by the end of the session, they should be equipped with answers to questions such as:

    • How quickly can you get on board with me?
    • Do you get what I am talking about?
    • Do you have experience with these type of issues?

    The next step is to establish clear goals which will lead to tangible and measurable results for the client, their team and their organisation. These goals are typically related to the client's changes in behaviours and habits, which result in improved business results (measuring aspects such as time, money, quality and quantity) as well as interpersonal behaviours (leadership style, communication skills and team interactions).

    During the coaching programme, Natalia will use a variety of tools and methods to support learning. For instance, MBTI is often used in the initial stages to better understand the client's strengths and areas for development. Natalia may also suggest a 360 assessment, which gives the client the opportunity to understand how they are perceived by colleagues, clients and stakeholders and further strengthen their learning. Other instruments, such as Individual values Assessment by CTT, Systemic Coaching exercises and live action coaching — where the coach is present in the room while the client deals with real-time issues — may be applied at different stages according to the specific needs of the client.

  • Outcomes

    Effective Executive Coaching will typically have the following outcomes:
    • Improved business performance and achievement of business targets
    • Faster resolution of problems and overcoming of barriers to progress
    • Identifying and changing unproductive behaviour patterns within teams
    • Increased motivation of self and team
    • More effective use of skills and abilities across the business sphere
    • Sustained behaviour and attitude changes
    • Increased engagement and loyalty
    • Increased performance, productivity and profitability
    • Heightened general wellbeing and personal satisfaction