Leader Training

“Leadership is a way of thinking, a way of acting and, most importantly, a way of communicating.”

Simon Sinek- Author & Speaker


Leadership Coaching

Leadership coaching  is a series of planned one-on-one interactions where a coach assist the participant in developing skills or competencies to improve leadership performance. These  sessions are confidential, goal oriented and are typically used to develop aspiring leaders within an organization. Benefits of leadership coaching include:

Development of concrete leadership skills
Increased performance and job satisfaction
Clarify on your leadership ideals and aspirations
Increased confidence

Executive Coaching

Coaching has many individual and organizational benefits.  Consider how coaching can benefit your organization.  Jay is uniquely positioned to provide outstanding coaching services. With 20 years of experience as a therapist and 10 years of leadership and executive experience you will receive support, insight and growth.

Executive coaching is a series of planned, goal oriented confidential one-on-one interactions between an executive and coach. The focus is behavior change that will improve performance, professional growth or work experience. Benefits include:

  • Understand self and others more accurately
  • Better leverage existing strengths
  • Improve workplace relationships
  • Achieve business goals

Consultant to Consultant Coaching- NEW 4/24/23

In response to an influx of inquiry , Human Capital is now offering C2C coaching or Consultant to Consultant coaching. These services are provided by Jay Voigt as he is a consultant familiar with the industry but also is an clinical and licensed professional counselor and certified addiction specialist.  C2C coaching is a fee for service product with no commitment. Billed at a flat rate an hour/session and flexible scheduling, consultants find this service to be very accessible.

Benefits of C2C include:

-Reduced stress/health impact

-Clarity around career aspirations

-increased assertiveness/boundary setting

-Support during transitions

How to choose a coach?

As a therapist, I have 20 years of experience where friends, family and colleagues approach me with a wide range of issues requiring professional intervention. When considering providing an outside referral in those circumstances my priorities are as follows:

  • Provider type (prescriber, group, couples)
  • Subject matter expertise
  • Payer
  • Chemistry
  • My level of trust in the service provider

Think about coaching similarly. Subject matter expertise is a coach that understands the process, has professional and ethical boundaries around coaching services and has the ability to be effective with the client. As for the payer considerations executive coaching rates range from $150-$3,000 an hour. Make sure you budget for coaching over the long term 3-12 months, 1-2 times per month.  Chemistry between the coach and coachee can be ascertained at the first meeting. My final trust consideration is to get a referral from someone you know and trust. An effective coach would spend time assessing the fit by obtaining information from you regarding your experience, needs, preferences and capabilities.