Basecamp coaching program

The truth is that no one ever got promoted purely because of hard work. Likability, strategic thinking, networking, and projecting a confident executive presence are but a few of the other factors that go into crafting a successful career.

Climbing a mountain is no easy feat. It takes perseverance and stamina. To aid you in this challenging endeavor you need to stop at Base Camp. This is where you can take a moment to gain perspective, to look back at the route you’ve traveled, taking stock of all the obstacles you have overcome and the lessons that have shaped your values. Only then can you look ahead to strategize the next day’s climb.

For decades, my clients have been climbing their career mountain without stopping. Executive coaching with me is akin to stopping at Base Camp.

Basecamp coaching program

The truth is that no one ever got promoted purely because of hard work. Likability, strategic thinking, networking, and projecting a confident executive presence are but a few of the other factors that go into crafting a successful career.

Climbing a mountain is no easy feat. It takes perseverance and stamina. To aid you in this challenging endeavor you need to stop at Base Camp. This is where you can take a moment to gain perspective, to look back at the route you’ve traveled, taking stock of all the obstacles you have overcome and the lessons that have shaped your values. Only then can you look ahead to strategize the next day’s climb.

For decades, my clients have been climbing their career mountain without stopping. Executive coaching with me is akin to stopping at Base Camp.

Where we take an intentional pause from your present vantage point and reflect upon on how you lead, think, engage, and make decisions. This is how we locate the key stories that have impacted and shaped you along your climb.

In the Base Camp coaching program my clients learn how to harness the power of their individual stories so they can grow into a confident executive presence.

When you embody what you stand for and are able to communicate those values in an assured and compelling manner, others will stand with you.

For decades, my clients have been climbing their career mountain without stopping. Executive coaching with me is akin to stopping at Base Camp.

Where we take an intentional pause from your present vantage point and reflect upon on how you lead, think, engage, and make decisions. This is how we locate the key stories that have impacted and shaped you along your climb.

In the Base Camp coaching program my clients learn how to harness the power of their individual stories so they can grow into a confident executive presence.

When you embody what you stand for and are able to communicate those values in an assured and compelling manner, others will stand with you.

Working with me as your executive coach: A note from Dov

I will help you define, prioritize and achieve the results that are most important to you and your organization.

Many of my current clients are top performers who have reached a point in their careers where advancement does not depend on the quality of their work. They can do the work. They have been delivering results for years. Their challenge lies in managing perceptions. Harnessing all of their skills and abundant potential so they can grow into a confident executive presence that allows them to lead through influence.

Every leader must set out on their own unique journey. Knowing which path to follow, that wisdom is within you. As a coach, my job is to help you disentangle all of your limiting beliefs so that you can connect with your true self, and begin writing your next chapter. I will skillfully coach you through the narrative arc of your story. Together we will investigate the conclusions you have come to about who and where you are, and what comes next for you.

In many ways I’m more story editor than coach. Once I help you see the rough draft of your story I will then prod you to reconsider it so you can change your relationship to your past and future. I’ll ask you to clarify what it is you truly want, or what baggage you left out of your clean tale. I will point out the skills that you have developed to succeed and the areas you have tended to avoid because of fear of failure. I’ll ask you to probe for the deeper problem that underlies the convenient surface problem you’ve presented to me.

It is easier to make decisions for others than for oneself. One goal of our work together is to get you to a place where you can see yourself with supreme objectivity — to develop third person thinking skills and apply them to the person in the mirror. Viewing your story as if you were somebody else provides distance to see yourself and your situation clearly.

Serenity is something you get when you stop wishing for another path. Clarity, strength, and power come from embracing your past, owning your story, and consciously choosing your next act with purpose. How do you want to show up? What do you want people to say about you when you are not in the room?  What kind of environment do you want to create to lead those around you? The old story you have been living up until now does not define you, it is merely the early first act of your life. Let’s turn down the pressure, get some distance from your situation, begin to feel and see the breadth of possibilities. The path you choose today will be what defines you tomorrow. What will the next chapter of your story be?