Straus USA

Steve Straus

You're a Senior Executive in a Corporation

Have you ever wondered if having your own business and life coach would be a useful addition to your team? I’m an outsider, not caught up in the daily corporate intrigue, not vying for a promotion, focused only on assisting you on your journey.

Because of my work with many senior executives, I suspect you have questions like some of the following:

  • Who can you confide in? (Your peers are your competitors for the few positions above.)
  • How best to leverage your strengths? (Including the hidden ones.)
  • When is boldness best? (Timing is everything.)
  • Are you doing consistent career review and planning? (Leaving nothing to chance.)
  • How do you grow your people? (Adding coaching skills to your management skills.)
  • How can you be frank with yourself about your weaknesses? (Avoid being blind-sided.)
  • Who helps you broaden your perspective? (Step back from the details to see the big picture of what you really want.)
  • What is the most effective mix of work/non-work? (For you.)
  • How do you decide if/when to leave the company? (Always an option – rarely necessary.)

I have worked with executives at these (and other organizations):

  • Texas Instruments
  • ExxonMobil
  • Merrill Lynch
  • Fujitsu
  • Celanese
  • Morgan Stanley
  • TXU
  • Ascend Materials
  • CBRE
  • Sabre
  • Bank for International Settlements (BIS)
  • Smith-Barney
  • Winstead Sechrest & Minick
  • Lee, Hecht, Harrison

Your world as a senior executive in a corporation is different from running a small business. I understand.

What would it be like if you had a coach helping you see things from a different perspective? Call me at 214-693-1417 to see if you and I can develop the trust which will let my coaching assist you.

A business coach for you, yes, but also a life coach.

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