The Private and Confidential Management
Personal Advice and Mentoring
Why You Need ExecutiveBooster?
Because top level executives stand alone: sharing their personal
feelings or concerns with their peers, subordinates or their
boss could be interpreted negatively and have a damaging impact
on their career. ExecutiveBooster provides a private and
individual forum to address confidential and strategic issues.
What Benefits Are Provided by ExecutiveBoosters?
Discussing management options with an independent experienced
CEO and entrepreneur
- Private and confidential evaluation of new projects or
- One-on-one learning of new skills and management tools
- International experience of a fully-fledged CEO
- Customized personal development
Who Should Hire ExecutiveBoosters?
- Senior executives (including CEOs, heads of deparents,
divisions or business units) who want to bounce off new
ideas or test innovative concepts in a safe environment
- Executives who have recently been promoted to a new position
of responsibility and want to take advantage of the experience
of a private mentor to avoid mistakes and become more effective
- Executives wishing to make certain strategic analysis
and broaden their horizon outside of their own environment
The Difference between ExecutiveBoosters
and Coaches or Consultants
Coaches are qualified to address relationship and interpersonal
issues; they usually do not have the business experience or
educational background to deal with strategic or business
issues. ExecutiveBoosters provides these skills and experience
thereby complementing and not replacing the coaches.
Consultants are called in to solve problems; they usually
make an in-depth study and propose expert solutions. ExecutiveBoosters
will not study and solve problems but will help their client
find and implement solutions, sometimes even recommending
the qualified assistance of a consultant.
Who Can be a Suitable ExecutiveBooster?
It is recommended to find a CEO and/or entrepreneur with hands-on
experience and expertise in management, strategic analysis,
business development, negotiation, financial engineering,
tax and legal affairs. Interpersonal skills, training experience,
shared values as well as personal affinity are also important.