Executive Coaching with Clark Vitulli is a tailored, 1:1 experience designed to help you strategize around your unique work/ life issues.
Address the challenges on your plate today and chart a course toward the personal and professional goals you’d like to reach next.
This isn’t another mastermind or canned program.
We understand that driven, forward-thinking executives like you need a different kind of coach. You need an expert to meet you exactly where you are, help you dig deep, and prioritize what’s important to you in work and in life.
Clark helps high-performing executives like you navigate complex challenges, including:
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What to Expect from Executive Coaching
Coaching on your Schedule
The executive calendar can be unpredictable; we get that. Executive Coaching gives you flexible access to Clark on your time, with on-site, phone, and videoconferencing options available.
Some leadership issues aren’t appropriate for group discussion, even in a confidential Vistage group. Executive coaching affords you the privacy and space to speak freely and sort through complex personal and professional details as you create strategies and solutions to your biggest business challenges.
Strategize around your company’s biggest challenges, analyze tough decisions, and optimize your personal approach to business success. This isn’t a prescribed course; Clark will simply meet you where you are and make a plan to help you get where you want to go.
Music City Chief Executives founder and CEO Clark Vitulli is one of Nashville’s most sought-after private business consultants because he’s been where you are.
Known as the “CEO Whisperer,” Clark draws on decades of experience as a C-suite executive, entrepreneur, and mentor. No matter where you are in your career, he’s been in your shoes, from climbing the corporate ladder in senior leadership positions to serving as COO of Mazda Motor of America; from reporting directly to the great Lee Iacocca to building and selling his own $200 MM company.
Suffice it to say, he’s not your average business coach. Read Clark’s story here.
Clark is a Vistage Chair for CEO and KEY Executive Advisory Boards, currently serving as leader, facilitator, trusted advisor, coach, and mentor for three private CEO and KEY Executive Advisory Groups in Nashville. Through Music City Chief Executives, he provides Executive Coaching, Leadership Coaching, and specialized consulting services to some of the area’s most visible leaders.
Music City Chief Executives™ helps C-suite leaders like you become stronger, more strategic leaders, and that strengthens Nashville’s business community for everyone.
Executive Coaching FAQs
Executive coaching can encompass a wide variety of areas, but often includes aspects such as goal setting, time management, communication skills, stress management, and leadership development. It may also focus on improving productivity and performance in the workplace.
The coach’s role is to help the executive identify areas for growth and provide guidance and support as they work to achieve their goals. Executive coaching can be a very beneficial tool for professionals who are looking to improve their skills and performance.
There are a few key things you should look for when choosing an executive coach. First, the coach should have extensive experience and knowledge in the field of business and leadership. Second, the coach should be able to tailor their coaching style to fit your individual needs. And third, the coach should be someone you feel comfortable working with and can trust.
If you’re considering hiring an executive coach, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, ask yourself why you want to hire a coach. Sometimes, executives need help clarifying their goals or developing a plan to achieve them. Other times, they may need assistance with problem solving, decision making, communication or management skills.
If you’re not sure whether or not an executive coach would be helpful, ask yourself these questions:
- What are the areas of my job that I feel least confident in?
- What are my major goals for the next year?
- Do I struggle with time management?
- Do I feel like I’m not reaching my potential?
- Do I lack direction or motivation?
- Do I have difficulty dealing with difficult people or situations?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, an executive coach may be able to help. The best way to find out is to schedule a consultation with a coach who you feel you could work well with to discuss your goals and objectives, as well as the areas you’d like to focus on.
Executive coaching can help individuals and organizations achieve breakthrough performance. Organizations often hire executive coaches to help senior leaders work through transitions, improve their communication and problem-solving skills, and boost their productivity.
Executive coaching can help organizations achieve several objectives, such as developing leaders, increasing employee productivity, improving communication and decision-making processes, and enhancing team performance. Coaches can also provide unbiased feedback and confidential support, which can help executives become more self-aware and thus more effective leaders.