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Executive Coaching

Exclusive Access Coaching Programme

Exponential Consulting now offers a confidential coaching programme for executives, leaders, managers and professionals. There are some things you cannot talk about with your boss or Board Chair. This is where the Exclusive Access Coaching Programme comes in. You need someone who:

The Exclusive Access Coaching Programme is your opportunity to work one on one with Dr Stephen Billing on those complex, difficult and most challenging situations you face in your organisational life.

“Stephen’s a good mentor and a ‘voice of reason’ when I’ve been less than reasonable.”

Mike Britton
General Manager
Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand

Objectives of the Programme

Typical Client Results

Stephen Billing’s executive coaching approach has enabled clients to:

Typical Participant Profile

Details of the Programme

There are three options available, Silver, Gold and Platinum. Silver runs for 7 days, Gold and Platinum for 30 days. If multiple intervals are booked, discounts can be obtained. We can do phone calls either by Skype (audio or video) or else via normal telephone. My Skype address is stephenbilling.

Silver Option – One Week Access

Up to two phone calls timetabled to suit our mutual schedules, plus as many emails as desired, for seven days following the initial call.

Gold Option – One Month Access

Up to two phone calls timetabled to suit our mutual schedules, plus up to five emails per week for 30 days, received and returned within the customer’s business hours.

Platinum Option – One Month Unlimited Access

As many emails, phone calls and letters as desired, with responses provided as needed and not subject to business hours (e.g., a weekend call may be required in anticipation of a Monday morning meeting).

For all options:

How to Enrol

There are three steps to enrolling in the programme.

  1. Send an email telling us of your interest in enrolling. Include the following information, keeping it as brief as possible:
    • Your current organisational situation (e.g. organisation, position, length of time).
    • Your goals / aspirations for the future.
    • What you hope to achieve from joining the programme.

    Note that your email will remain confidential regardless of the outcome of the enrolment process.

  2. We will respond confirming whether we can meet your needs. If yes, we will invite you to join the programme.
  3. Once payment is made (by credit card, cheque or internet transfer to our bank account), we will schedule the initial phone call to work out the practicalities – finalise detailed objectives, timetable our required phone calls, and identify any specific requirements you have.

You will never deal with anyone other than Stephen Billing in this confidential programme.

About Stephen Billing

Stephen works with CEOs, General Managers and others with P&L responsibility to create dramatic change to improve individual and organisational performance. With extensive experience in developing service culture, behavioural change and organisation design, he appreciates that far reaching change can divert attention from day to day business (business as usual), so he maintains a focus on customers and employees while change is taking place. With 20 years’ experience, Stephen’s facilitative style enables him to work across the organisation from senior management to frontline staff to figure out how to tackle complex, difficult or ambiguous situations, often where no one knows the answer. Since establishing Exponential Consulting in 2004, he has attracted a loyal client list that includes Ministry of Justice, Inland Revenue, Goodman Fielder, AMP Financial Services, Māori Land Court, ACC, Fisher and Paykel Finance, Auckland University of Technology, Royal Forest and Bird Society of New Zealand, Wellink Trust, Oasis Network, and Te Whakapakari Trust. He is the only person in Asia Pacific to hold a Doctor of Management degree in Organisational Change from the University of Hertfordshire, UK. He conducted his research into the facilitation of organisational change while simultaneously undertaking a full range of client work with Exponential Consulting. He is a graduate member of the Complexity & Management Centre at the Business School, University of Hertfordshire. Stephen is also an adjunct faculty member of the Centre for Social Sciences at the Open Polytechnic of NZ. Recent speaking engagements range from the Wellington HR Institute of NZ (2008, 2009) through to guest segments on AUT’s MBA programme (2009) and international academic conferences EGOS 2008 (Amsterdam) and Academy of Management 2007 (Copenhagen). He has published chapters in two books and a number of white papers about organizational change. He is also the author of popular blog www.changingorganisations.com [1]. An avid tennis enthusiast, Stephen is still waiting to hit the perfect forehand.

Want to know more?

Contact Stephen [2]