Become A Better Leader

Are you struggling to be the leader you aspire to be?

As a business executive you likely have faced these challenges in the past or maybe you are currently having difficulty:

executive coaching is great for individuals who want to be better leaders.
Executive coaching can help leaders achieve more and plan a roadmap to success.

What to expect from our executive coaches:

We’ll help you assess your situation, identify your goals, and develop a plan of action that will help you achieve your vision. You can expect:

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Schedule A Call

Every leader's journey and needs are unique. We will take the time to get to know you and your situation to make sure we are a right fit for you. Feel free to ask any questions you have.

Plan & Execute

Collectively, we will identify problems, develop strategies, and execute those plans. Through our meetings you'll set goals and work towards solving challenges.

See The Results

Success ultimately comes from tracking progress and continuously making changes to achieve your coals. Together we will help you stay accountable by measuring performance.

This means that we are certified to deliver The Scaling Up™ methodology, tools, and processes. This framework has been used by some of the world's most successful companies, and we believe it can be equally effective for businesses of all sizes. 

Coaches are required to go through a very rigorous certification process and meet twice per year, exchanging best practices and networking — only medical doctors are required to meet more hours of recertification every year.

This partnership ensures that all of our clients receive the very best coaching in the industry. Scaling Up™ certified coaches are up to date on the latest tools, world class best practices, and processes. We stay current through communication with the leadership team at Scaling Up™ and have access to cutting edge tools. We are also connected to the coach’s network in Alberta as well as regionally and worldwide.

Who We've Worked With

We’ve been working with CEOs, Executives, and Business Owners for 30 years and have delivered world class Executive coaching services to hundreds of businesses, including the following:

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What People Are Saying

Ken is a winner-- a dynamic, knowledgeable and professional executive coach. His dedication, training, education and experience has lead him to be an excellent communicator, motivator and educator. He has helped me focus and achieve what’s important not only in business but in life. Thanks Ken.
Michael Hooper
Owner, Fiberbuilt Manufacturing Inc.
Take a former business professor, add a new venture start-up, then add a high performance executive coach like Ken Larson to help the professor become a national company president. I credit Ken Larson and my TEC membership with fast-forwarding GoForth Institute's success. I would have gotten "there" on my own - but I got "there" a lot faster with Ken's help.
Leslie McGeough
President & Founder, GoForth Institute
Ken was instrumental in assisting our organization define a strong culture which is deeply rooted in everything we do today. Ken also facilitates a "Life Coaching for Fitness Professionals" program that is one of the best received courses on our schedule. We have had many employees take the course more than once. I would recommend Ken to assist with a company looking to build a strong people related culture.
Scott Wildeman
Sr. VP Operations, International Fitness Holdings Inc

Frequently Asked Questions About Executive Coaching

Executive coaching is a process that helps leaders and managers improve their performance in the workplace. It involves working with a coach to identify areas of improvement and set goals for change.

While executive coaching is often associated with high-level executives, it can be beneficial for anyone in a managerial role. Executive coaching is often thought of as something that is only for struggling executives who are on the verge of being fired. However, executive coaching can be beneficial for any executive who wants to improve their performance. In fact, many of the most successful executives in the world have used executive coaching to help them reach the top of their game. If you are an executive who is looking to take your career to the next level, executive coaching may be right for you.

The coach works with the client to identify areas of focus, set goals, and create a plan of action. Executive coaching can cover a wide range of topics, from improving communication skills to developing strategic thinking. In addition, executive coaches often help their clients with time management, goal setting, and stress management. By providing support and guidance, executive coaches can help their clients reach their full potential.

Executive coaching begins with several discovery conversations so we can assess your unique situation. From there we will help you set goals and form a strategic plan. As you begin to execute your plan of action we will help you stay accountable and will monitor your performance so that you can achieve your vision. 

The benefits of executive coaching are extensive and long lasting. Some of the benefits include:

  • Finding direction from failures
  • Developing clarity and clear communication
  • Creating a high performance culture
  • Building and executing a strategic plan to achieve goals
  • Prioritizing personal and professional life
  • Becoming a better leader

The cost of executive coaching can vary depending on the coach’s experience, the length of the coaching engagement, and the number of sessions required. While some executive coaches charge by the hour, others may charge a flat fee or a retainer. In general, executive coaching is an investment that can pay off handsomely in terms of improved performance and career advancement. For individuals who are serious about reaching their full potential, executive coaching is well worth the cost.

Executive coaches must be able to understand the needs of their client, and tailor their approach accordingly. They must also be able to clearly communicate their goals and expectations. Furthermore, executive coaches need to be patient and understand that change takes time. Lastly, they should be supportive but also honest, providing feedback that is constructive and based on observations. These are just some of the qualities that make a good executive coach.

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