Executive Triumph

Investing in leaders to achieve company goals, as well as their professional aspirations.


Organizational leaders need notable executive presence, focused communication, collaborative conflict resolution, cutting-edge skills, and enlightened roadblock identification and triumph. Lacking any of these can lead to concern about outdated and unmarketable skills, failing to meet objectives, and questionable team confidence.

Executive Triumph

The Career Negotiations Executive Triumph program yields business results, future success, essential insights, new behaviors, and overlap between professional aspirations and achieving organizational goals. Leaders build their performance through improved productivity and confidence. The program offers support to senior and mid-level executives through a process that yields insights. Offerings include:

  • Notable Executive Presence — made up of confidence, emotional maturity, control in seemingly out-of-control situations, the ability to make clear and timely decisions in the face of formidable opposition.
  • Focused Communication — achieved through intense, purposeful listening and laser-like focus on the person they are speaking with, to the point that the person feels like the leader has nothing else going on in their life but their conversation.
  • Collaborative Conflict Management — accomplished by working together to work it out. It takes two (or more) to have a dispute, and it takes the same people to resolve it. A focus on curiously understanding what’s important to all parties, identifying options to meet those needs, and anticipating what may go wrong with any deal or agreement will create sustainable reduced tensions.
  • Cutting-edge Skills — identified by assessing leaders needs to achieve the organization’s goals and their professional aspirations. Skills are developed through mentoring, coaching, training, and strategic project assignments.
  • Enlightened Roadblock Identification & Triumph — developed through interactive inquiry, investigating from different perspectives, and taking inventory of what is truly available to them (beyond what’s just top-of-mind). The process is to first identify what’s in the way, then to overcome it.