Executive Coaching is an individualized process that delivers a jointly developed action plan. We have provided Executive Coaching for professionals in accounting, architecture, banking, higher education, information technology, logistics, statistical software and weather services.


Although no two Executive Coaching projects are precisely alike, the process we use has common phases:

Set Objectives

We begin by setting project objectives. Representative objectives include:
  • Time management
  • Stress management
  • Leadership effectiveness
  • Adult career planning
  • Performance
  • Achieving greater “Life-Work” balance

Coaching Sessions

We have conferences on a regular basis to review field implementation and coach on the Action Plan (see below). These sessions can be done in person or via phone or Skype.

 Action Plan

 We agree on field implementation assignments for the client to complete between coaching sessions. These can range from practicing new skills to maintaining a log to identify when various issues might surface. Each session begins by assessing our progress as coach and client on the agreed upon objectives. An Action Plan delineates implementation steps and dates.


One of the distinguishing attributes of our approach to Executive Coaching is Dr. Tilden’s expertise in executive assessment. For his dissertation, he developed a standardized assessment of career maturity. He has also taught psychological testing at the university level.  When appropriate, we employ state of the art as well as classic instruments as tools to enhance the coaching process. These include, but are not limited to, the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI); The Leadership Report (Based on the MBTI and the Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO); The Adult Career Concerns Inventory, the Strong Interest Inventory and the Learned Optimism Scales.