Whether you are in the beginning phases of starting a new business or if you are operating a successful small to mid-size company, doesn’t it make sense to work with a business coach who understands the uniqueness of your responsibilities and challenges?

Having worked with hundreds of businesses and nonprofit organizations throughout the United States, we have a broad portfolio of experience and knowledge from which to draw to help you and your business succeed.  If you need a meticulous researcher, a fine-print detail-obsessed perfectionist, and a support team who is not afraid to share an alternative perspective, consider New Office Solutions for your business coach and advisor needs.

We provide À la carte coaching or regularly scheduled coaching services by phone, email, or in person.  Contact us to learn more about our executive coaching approach, the ease, and flexibility of working with us, and the benefits.

Executive Coaching

This coaching program can be viewed as a form of advanced recognition and advancement. It can also be provided as a remedial process. It primarily focuses on improving leadership skills, enhancing performance or team-building skills. The coach works in conjunction with the Human Resources department or another senior executive. Meetings are usually held via telephone.

Includes:​​​

  • Telephone meetings with a corporate representative(s) to establish the desired outcome and reporting requirements
  • An initial telephone coaching session with the client to set the framework for the coaching relationship
  • Establishing specific and measurable goals
  • Creating a Personal Development Plan
  • Minimum of eighteen one-hour personal coaching sessions
  • Minimum of two assessments
  • Unlimited e-mail support
  • Optional, for an additional fee
  • Job shadowing
  • Telephone interviews with a minimum of up to six colleagues/direct reports
  • Online Essential Skills of Leadership Series
  • 360 feedback assessment

Corporate Coaching for Senior-Level Executives

This coaching program is tied to the company’s organizational goals, strategic initiatives, succession planning, and/or talent management strategies. The coach will meet with corporate stakeholders and the individual being coached to outline goals and outcomes, set out the course of work, and put performance metrics in place.

Includes:

  • In-person/phone meetings, including designing the scope of work and the final review
  • Initial in-person meeting with the person(s) being coached
  • Face-to-face interviews with colleagues, peers and/or direct reports
  • Establish measurable and specific goals
  • Create a personal development plan
  • Coaching sessions twice monthly for a minimum of one year
  • Minimum of three assessments
  • Unlimited email support

Personal Coaching

The individual initiates this type of coaching. The reasons for the particular coaching program may vary but often revolve around personal skill development, starting a business, managing people, managing conflict, business development, designing retention strategy, or career transition.

Includes:

  • Goal setting
  • Twelve one-hour coaching sessions taken over a six to nine-month period
  • Personal Development Plan
  • Unlimited e-mail support
  • Optional, for an additional fee
  • Online Essential Skills of Leadership Series
  • Personality and behavior assessments
  • 360-degree feedback assessment