Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching®

The Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching® approach is a transformative methodology designed to elevate leadership effectiveness and foster lasting behavioral change.

The Stakeholder Centered Coaching® approach stands out for its unique focus on engaging Stakeholders, harnessing the power of FeedForward, and employing a comprehensive Mini-Survey to assess growth from multiple perspectives.

Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching
Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching
Marshall Goldsmith Certified Executive Coach

Stakeholders, ranging from chain-of-command management to colleagues, partners, and other key collaborators, play a pivotal role in this process. Leaders gain invaluable feedback and support by tapping into Stakeholders’ insights and perspectives, driving meaningful progress.

This coaching approach prioritizes FeedForward – forward-looking suggestions to catalyze improvement and drive future success. This proactive approach empowers leaders to envision and enact positive change for themselves and their teams.

At the heart of Stakeholder Centered Coaching® is a commitment to time efficiency and tangible results. Leaders can navigate their development journey with clarity and purpose through a structured yet flexible process, achieving sustainable growth and enhanced team dynamics.

Unlock your full potential as a leader, harnessing the power of stakeholders, feedforward, and collaborative growth. Experience the difference of Stakeholder Centered Coaching® – where transformation meets impact.

Stakeholder Centered Coaching® | Steps

STEP 1: Define a Leadership Goal Important to the Leader and Organization.

The Leader chooses a goal, determines the Stakeholders impacted by current behaviors, and will be beneficiaries of the Leader’s behavior change.

STEP 2: Gain Buy-in from Stakeholders Who Will Engage in the Process.

Each Stakeholder is asked to actively participate in the Leader’s improvement on an ongoing basis.

STEP 3: Complete Stakeholder-Based Planning.

The Leader and coach collaborate to develop an action plan based on the Stakeholders’ input.

STEP 4: Collect Stakeholder Input Monthly.

The Leader conducts a monthly check-in with each Stakeholder to ask for feedback on past observations and suggestions on what to do more, better, or differently going forward.

STEP 5: Measure Leadership Change from the Stakeholders' Views.

At the designated interval(s), conduct a formal mini-survey with the Stakeholders to assess the Leader’s progress on the chosen development goal.