Performance Coaching

Let us bring our experienced and objective perspective to partner with your key leaders. Continual learning is an expectation of every leader. Our approach will complement the steps you are already taking to keep your leadership pipeline fully engaged in professional development.

High performers in key roles are often the busiest people in the workplace, while simultaneously expected to learn and develop more quickly than average. Coaching is a means of supporting rapid professional development on the job. Work events are used as learning opportunities against defined developmental goals. The Rogala & Orr coach combines unbiased perspective, personal candor and experience in a wide variety of business settings and cultures. We combine company objectives and individual needs to facilitate learning, recommend modifications and promote behavior change.

Our approach seeks to ensure that the coaching process fits with the needs and culture of each client organization, while contributing to the rapid development of key players.

Coaching Engagement

An effective coaching engagement creates a link between an organization's business needs, culture and the defined individual development plans. To ensure that this happens, we take the following steps:

  • Establish individual/organizational parameters around feedback to the company, level of involvement by the participant’s manager, etc.
  • Conduct a full executive assessment of the participant to provide sound data around personal capabilities, styles, values and goals. Collect data from others if appropriate.
  • Establish specific behavioral goals, time lines and approaches. Focus on a few, key development areas to maximize change without overloading the individual.
  • Meet/interact regularly. Balance a focus on progress to goals with coaching around current events in the work-life of the individual.
  • Measure change and modify goals to continue development.


"The goal of coaching is the goal of good management: to make the most of an organization's valuable resources." - Harvard Business Review


“Greatness, whether athletic or otherwise, doesn't come from those content on just being but from those who seek being the difference." - Kirk Mango

A successful leader looks for, and listens to, those voices who bring truth, transparancy and objectivity when they hold up the mirror.