Executive Coaching

Executive coaching is concerned with performance, development and fulfillment at work.  Often this involves organizations as well as individuals and can improve the functioning of teams and large groups. For individuals, executive coaching is used for the development of leadership skills, team building, honing communication skills, enhancing problem solving and facilitating organizational improvement.While executive coaching is often used by senior executives to develop leadership style or other skills, the benefits of coaching are not limited to senior individuals. It is also used to improve communication, enhance motivation and develop skills for all employees.Dr. Hudson is an executive coach and can assist individuals and organizations improve functioning, find solutions and achieve their goals. He has experience with a range of assessments in coaching, including a 360’ approach.Patrick Hudson MD, FACS, BCC and Coaching for Physicians are an authorized partner for Wiley’s Everything DiSC® and the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team Model®. Call 505-280-4284 or email for prices.


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