Coaching is a process used to journey alongside a person or organization with the express purpose of taking them where they currently are to where they want to be. The coach’s purpose is to ask they right questions, propose exercises and reframe ideas to help the person or organization clarify their vision and realize what needs to be done in order to get from the current reality to the preferred future state.

Coaching can take many forms and depending on who is seeking the coaching and what the desired outcome is, different approaches should be taken.

Coaching is right for you if:

  • You would like to progress your career
  • Have a goal you’d like to achieve
  • Would like to overcome a limitation
  • Need strategies to improve focus and results

Our coaching strategy begins with a complete assessment and report to help the coachee understand where their coaching will have the biggest impact on their life.

Executive Coaching


Executive coaching is a one-on-one process with a person who is a key contributor in their organization and someone who has the influence or power to make important decisions. The coachee is accountable to key decisions and their responsibilities are complex and have several layers.

Typically an executive coaching relationship is ongoing and established over a longer period of time where coaching sessions may happen at regularly scheduled intervals or will happen with greater frequency during certain times of need.

Sales Coaching


Sales is part science and part learned skill and oftentimes, sales managers don’t have the capacity or resources to coach their sales team as individually or intimately as they’d like to. Our sales coaching will seek to help the coachee define the areas of improvement that will drive the most success, how to execute on those strengths and develop a plan for continued success.

Finally we coach to ensure the coachee is able to stay motivated. Typically companies that invest in sales coaching see a 700% return on their investment*.

* ICF, Association Resource Centre Inc. and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. ICF Global Coaching Client Study. 2009.

Life Coaching


World-class athletes have coaches. Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky, Usain Bolt, Cristiano Ronaldo. All peak performers and the best at what they do, and all of them had one of more coaches speaking into the way they accomplished their craft.

Life coaching is different from counselling, mentoring or advice giving in that it seeks to help the coachee identify a specific problem or issue and then working together to build a strategy and plan to overcome those problems or issues. At the heart of any great coaching relationship you’ll find clarity. Without clarity the coachee will never be able to take dead aim at the centre of their target.

Together, through life coaching we’ll seek to develop an accountability for action and work towards helping you reach your full potential.

Organizational Coaching


Organizations need coaching This is different [link to this page]project development and delivery[/link] with a specific outcome and time period for delivery. Organization coaching asks the question: how can this organization be at its best? And then we develop a plan to work with individuals and departments to determine where areas can be targeted for improvement.

From there we’ll move into project development and delivery and articulate a plan to address these areas where we can help your organization scale up

Could your organization benefit from a coaching session with Leading With Nice?

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