The truth is that you cannot separate your role as a leader from the rest of your life. It is who you are.
As an executive, you face a multitude of business and organizational challenges and interpersonal conflicts that you are expected to confront and resolve. At the same time, you are striving to fulfill your legacy as the successful leader and person you want to be.
Edgar Papke takes an integrated approach to coaching that focuses on who you are and what you wish to accomplish. Bringing together areas of development that are typically offered as separate fields of leadership knowledge and competency, he works with his clients on the broad span of business and personal challenges they face. This includes strategic thinking, organizational culture and teaming, communication skills, conflict management, and self-knowledge.
In all facets of his client’s lives, he helps them confront difficult decisions and take action. He engages them in understanding how their choices align to their motivations and personal core values and beliefs. He applies his uniquely holistic approach to support each client’s vision and goals, and the attainment of their desired legacy.
Edgar brings together a blend of business experience, psychology, and conflict resolution expertise that is rare among executive coaches and why he is a globally recognized leader in business and leadership coaching. For the past 25 years Edgar has successfully worked with executives of small start-ups, medium size companies, and multi-national and Fortune 500 organizations. He works with leaders and their teams to overcome conflict and interpersonal issues to become high performing and aligned teams. He also coaches community and government leaders, and high performing athletes.
The fees for coaching reflect the frequency and length of meetings that are done by phone, video-calling or in person. Each client’s approach and duration is tailored to his or her desired outcomes and circumstances. This includes the options of using 360 assessments and instruments and optional meetings with organizational members, partners, spouses, and family members.
He holds a Master Degree in Psychology, a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business Administration, has trained with the Center for Conflict Resolution and is an expert in Alternative Dispute Resolution. He also holds a Degree in Culinary Arts from the Culinary Institute of America in New York and studied theology at Regis University.