Anstey Thomas

Executive Coach & Mentor

  • Leadership Development
  • Presence/Personal Impact
  • Effective communication
  • Presenting/Pitching skills

Leadership development coaching

There are leaders who have the title and there are leaders we want to be led by…

We can all provide leadership but what matters is how valuable and beneficial our leadership becomes to others and what it actually achieves.  Some people assume they are natural leaders but are not that good – we tolerate them.  Others are reluctant to lead but have ‘something about them’ that draws us.

Providing leadership is complex and involves a combination of business acumen, strategic perspective, ‘vision’, commerciality, analytical skills, creative thinking, self-awareness, confidence, humility, good interpersonal skills, relationship building, the ability to inspire and motivate – it’s a tall order.  So there will be areas we’re naturally good at and others we need to develop.

Leadership development coaching is about helping you become an authentic, flexible and rounded leader whose decisions and actions will not only benefit the business but will make people listen to you and want to be led by you.

Benefits of leadership development coaching for you:

  • Greater self-awareness around leadership strengths and development areas
  • Understanding of your motivators and ‘what makes you tick’ as a leader
  • Raising awareness of your triggers, ‘blind-spots’, biases and vulnerabilities
  • Developing confidence and self-belief
  • Becoming more flexible, adaptable and rounded as a leader
  • Enhancing your interpersonal and relationship building skills
  • Developing an authentic leadership style
  • Stepping back from the detail and becoming more strategic in perspective
  • Helping you ‘think forward’ and articulate your ‘vision’, goals, ambitions
  • Developing a stronger leadership presence and positive impact

Benefits of leadership development coaching for the business:

  • More confident, self aware and articulate leaders
  • Greater emphasis on on-going personal development and personal challenge (at all stages of someone’s career)
  • Better relationship building with both staff and clients
  • Support to help people transition effectively into leadership roles
  • Flexible and adaptable leaders who can manage change and challenge effectively
  • Nurturing strategic thinking, commercial awareness and long term ‘vision’
  • Challenging assumptions, biases and patterns of behaviour
  • Creating a culture of openness, shared ambitions, self awareness and collaboration amongst the leadership

Anstey Thomas