Leadership Coaching

Leadership Coaching in Austin, TX

It’s hard being a leader.

You’re tasked with influencing others—serving as both role model and guide—all without losing sight of what makes you unique. You have to walk the tightrope between authority and relationship-building, and know how to establish trust while setting boundaries.

All the while, you have your own ambitions for your career or business.

When you want to master the art of leadership or reach ever-higher levels of success in your work, you call a leadership coach.

Leadership coaching can help you reach your most audacious goals in a fraction of the time it would take if you pursued them on your own.

At Just Mind, our leadership coach, Audrey Eger Thompson, M.S., works with you to create a highly individualized, intimate, and powerful plan of action to help you reach your goals.

Part motivational speaker and part sleuth, she helps uncover your strengths and desires, as well as any blockages that may be preventing you from finding a deeper sense of fulfillment and success.

Depending on your needs, Audrey might help you establish key habits, improve performance, learn how to be more strategic, build effective teams, or craft growth plans to help you reach your specific goals.

Leadership coaching is for you if you want to not only attain your loftiest ambitions, but live your best life.

WHAT DOES LEADERSHIP COACHING LOOK LIKE?

Think of your leadership coach as an accountability partner and guide. Leadership coaches use their expertise in human behavior to help you demolish mental roadblocks and build healthy and efficient habits in their place.

Here's what your leadership coach might help you with:

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“IS LEADERSHIP COACHING RIGHT FOR ME?”

Here are some signs you might benefit from a leadership coach:

If one or more of those statements feels familiar, book a free consultation to find out if leadership coaching is right for you.

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WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LEADERSHIP COACHING and THERAPY?

Both therapy and leadership coaching focus on improving your overall quality of life, but the former is rooted in healing trauma and working through ongoing mental and emotional difficulties, while the latter helps you reach a higher level of performance in your work.

Therapy focuses on healing, while leadership coaching prioritizes goal-setting.

Here’s a quick overview of how these practices differ:

A leadership coach helps you:
A therapist helps you:

WHAT’S THE INVESTMENT FOR LEADERSHIP COACHING?

The financial investment for leadership coaching is $150/hr.

Leadership coaching isn’t a one-and-done process. In order to reap the maximum benefits from the coaching process, we suggest one hour of coaching every two weeks for a minimum of 6 months, with the option to renew.

MEET YOUR LEADERSHIP COACH

Audrey Eger Thompson, M.S.

Certified Executive and Leadership Coach

Long before Audrey became a certified life coach, she learned the impact of great coaching.

For her, it started at the age of 10, when she became a competitive swimmer. What was transformative about her own coaching experience was that, rather than be coached to compete with others, as is often the case in athletics, she was coached to compete solely with herself. Today, that simple yet powerful philosophy is at the core of her life-coaching practice.

Audrey’s goal in coaching is to help you be your best—not in a way that glorifies perfection, but by giving you the tools, insights, and clarity to grow.

Whether your goal is to advance in your career, start your own business, master leadership skills, or discover what you’re “born to do,” Audrey works with you to envision your long-term priorities, and then helps you create a path to reach them.

With a master’s in organizational development and more than a decade of experience with 1:1 executive coaching, in addition to running the largest statewide wellness program in Texas, Audrey’s approach to life coaching is rooted in her belief that personal wellness is tied to business success. She uses tools such as mindfulness, active listening, and positive psychology to help you build self-confidence and resilience.

Audrey’s mother, Dr. Edith Eger, is a Holocaust survivor. Her book The Choice, a New York Times bestseller, chronicles Dr. Eger’s experiences, as well as the wisdom that grew from them. Audrey will be offering a group based on The Gift called “Using Choice as a Path for Transformation.” Contact us to learn more.

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