Working with a coach will help you to change your thinking and create new patterns of behavior. In doing so, you will actually establish new neural networks in the brain. Your difficult tasks will become easy habits, and your entire team will benefit from your coaching.
Your organization can be one of the many that reports an average of 500% ROI. Here’s one example calculation.
How Does Coaching Work?
Extraordinary Leadership requires a collection of skills beyond business know-how. Morgan Mermagen will work with your Rising Leaders to uncover their unique challenges as a professional. These often include factors such as dealing with difficult team dynamics, closing new business, motivating your team to be fully engaged, and feeling a sense of purpose. Their personal goals will be broader than work success, and to develop the whole person, together we will address a range of topics to improve their professional performance.
Whatever the unique, customized assignment, Morgan Mermagen will help your leaders to construct a strategy for moving forward, and ways to remain accountable for doing so. They will learn new habits which have a lasting impact on your business, and on their lives. Our goal is to help each individual to find their Professional Mojo, and we will work together tirelessly until they find it.
It is estimated that over 60% of Fortune 500 CEOs have their own Executive Coach.
70% of the average team is not engaged at work. How would your team function if each professional was motivated to drive towards the same goal?
What does it cost to replace a professional who is not working at the capacity needed in your business? Compare that to the coast of a tailored coaching program. For an executive who turns it around and becomes the leader you need, the returns are exceptional.
Morgan Mermagen can be a central part of your solution.
A Darmouth College graduate, Morgan spent 16 years in the financial services industry, primarily in Structured Product Sales at Goldman Sachs & Co. in New York. She worked daily with sophisticated investors on large, complex Fixed Income transactions. Morgan also worked on the advisory side of Goldman’s business, advising C-Suite executives at Financial Institutions on their Asset Portfolio Strategy.
During Morgan’s time on Wall Street, she confronted many challenges typical to a woman in a male-dominated industry. Morgan was recognized with awards for her efforts in mentoring and coaching other professionals at Goldman Sachs.
Morgan later attended the Lee Hecht Harrison Coach Training Program in NYC and earned an ICF Coaching Certification.
When not coaching, Morgan enjoys sports with her family and friends. Morgan has completed two New York City Marathons, and is now a member of a Brazilian Women’s Soccer program. Morgan also loves camping and hiking with her kids, and spends as much time as possible in the summer months sailing, kayaking, and paddle-boarding on the Long Island Sound. In the winter, Morgan is an avid downhill skier. Morgan has lived in London, Toulouse, France, and New York, and currently resides in Westport, CT with her husband and four children.
I spent many years working on a trading floor with people high fiving me on some days, shouting at me on others, and often both in the same day. With so many different agendas in a high-stakes environment, it can be difficult to get a clear picture of your own performance.
How are you showing up at work and at home? How do your triggers impact you, and your team?
At times when our goals are so ambitious that they feel overwhelming, how do we break down our long term goals into clear, actionable plans and stay accountable for following up?
Working with a coach is an exceptional way to delineate that path.
What would it be worth to truly exceptional? You may be in an extraordinary role, but are you really operating at your best on a personal and professional level?