Executive Coaching

Great Leaders Build Great Leadership Teams

With the global business, economic, and political environment increasing in complexity, volatility, and unpredictability, today’s leaders are required to work harder, faster and smarter. They are challenged to develop their ability to remain focused on the future while leading in the present. These challenges have intensified the importance of leadership teams. Simply put, the demands of top leadership roles have outdistanced the capacities of any single leader and sometimes leaders need help navigating.

Relationship Impact’s executive coaching approach supports leaders who recognize these challenges and who are actively taking responsibility for their own development. Our deep experience working with leadership teams across multiple industries has greatly enhanced our executive coaching practice. 

New York Life Insurance Company (NYLIC)

Everyone on our team got incredible value from the time we spent with Jack, and personally, I have grown as a better “servant leader”, listener, and more perceptive leader. One of Jack’s biggest strengths is his very tactful, but open communication in areas that require behavioral change. I had some growth opportunities that needed to be addressed in the areas of communication and conflict resolution and I feel that I have improved dramatically in these areas. I feel that Jack’s leadership and approach will always be a building block for my future and our team’s future. I highly recommend Jack for executive coaching and team effectiveness support.

Managing Partner, NYLIC Central California


Below are the principles supporting
our coaching approach:

  • We challenge our coaching clients to reexamine their assumptions, methods, and approaches.

  • We facilitate a comprehensive assessment of behaviors from our coaching clients’ stakeholders.

  • We support our clients as they work to develop the leadership behaviors that will enable them to become more effective leaders in their organizations.

  • We view our role as facilitating our coaching client’s learning and development rather than shaping or training.

  • We measure our success not by number of coaching hours but based on the tangible and specific behavioral improvements identified in the early stages of the coaching assignment.