Executive Coaching

As Executive Coaches, we focus on building a professional relationship that develops leadership skills — the skills needed to drive change, manage complexity, build top performing teams, and maintain a strong personal foundation to thrive under the most challenging conditions.

Our Executive Coaching clients hold senior roles in their organizations and generally have P and L and team leadership responsibilities. Jager’s Executive Coaching utilizes the Gestalt methodology, which is completely client led and allows for coaching to be done in both personal and professional spheres of life. All of our Executive Coaches are GPCC, BCC and MCC certified through the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland and the International Coaching Federation.

Sleeping With The Enemy

Every summer we take a break. This year, instead of a foreign trip we stayed in the US and watched the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Our home countries of Croatia and England both reached the last four, and actually played against one another in the semi-finals. Croatia...

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Summer is here and the living is easy……

Ah, summer. Maybe it’s the sun and warmer weather that excites us- especially in Cleveland, but in the back of your mind your worries still linger. If you have lost a client, or maybe you’re just out of touch with the networking scene, here are some pointers to get...

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What do you need to know about MILLENNIALS!

I was recently observing my daughter when it occurred to me just how different we are.  I can work quickly, but she multitasks at a phenomenal rate. Like many of the young people of her generation, it’s not unusual for her to be writing a report, whilst texting,...

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What death taught me about business

If you have been to the landing page of this website and watched the 3 minute video (https://www.jagerconsulting.com/), you will know that eight and a half years ago I lost my first wife, Carol, to cancer. The three and a half year battle that we shared, and eventually...

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You don’t fire people, people fire themselves!

  How to spot and replace a mediocre manager  Tony was a manager in a small company of 20 employees. If you asked any of his direct reports about him, they would all say he was a good guy and that they liked him - but if you looked more deeply it was noticeable that...

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