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Resilient Leadership

 “Business coaching is attracting America’s top CEOs because, put simply, business coaching works. In fact, when asked for a conservative estimate of monetary payoff from the coaching they got… managers described an average return of more than $100,000, or about six times what the coaching had cost their companies.” – Fortune Magazine


The Manchester survey of 140 companies shows nine in 10 executives believe coaching to be worth their time and dollars. The average return was more than $5 for each $1 spent.” ― The Denver Post


Marty Rogoff is a Certified Coach in Resilient Leadership. Coaching is done at the organization’s offices over a minimum period of six months.

Developed by organizational consultants, the Resilient Leadership model offers a fresh, insightful, and innovative understanding of how to exercise leadership in a way that is powerfully transformative.

Grounded in the scientific understanding of group functioning, the Resilient Leadership model helps leaders understand how the “emotional system” of their organization — the unconscious, instinctual aspects of human functioning – often dictates how the organization functions on the rational level. By learning to understand and recognize the emotional system at play within a leader’s environment, s/he is able to calm office anxiety, clear confusion, and spur a productive, engaged workforce.

The Resilient Leadership model suggests that a leader can navigate the complexities of leadership more expertly if he/she understands the “hidden chemistry” of organizational families. That force—the “chemistry” that makes families and organizations function as they do—is “emotional process.”

The Resilient Leadership model emphasizes that it is the nature of the leader’s presence—his or her calm assertion of self or anxious inability to take a stand—that most decisively affects the emotional field of which s/he is a part. Remarkably, the way a leader is present to the organization has an impact on everyone in the system, even when they have no immediate contact with the leader. This is because how a leader is present is highly contagious, and the consequences of that presence spread throughout the organization’s emotional system as quickly as a wildfire spreads through dry grass. Resilient Leaders:

  • Lead with calm, clarity and conviction in the midst of anxiety provoked by increasing complexity and accelerating change.
  • Such individuals lead from strength, know how to care for themselves emotionally and physically, and can sustain their leadership efforts over time.

When coached in of the 8 core units of the Resilient Leadership method, participants learn to become aware of their own emotional functioning and to recognize and understand the interpersonal dynamics happening around them everyday – shaping them into more insightful and effective leaders.