Coaching

Larry_Speaker_TualatinChamberofCommerceSince 1989, Larry Briggs has coached and trained hundreds of high-performing CEOs, executive teams and entrepreneurs, representing small to medium sized businesses throughout the United States.

Described as a highly innovative leadership expert well ahead of his time, Larry has spent the last 23 + years researching the fundamental forces that influence human behavior and business success. Executive coaching has become a standard for major domestic companies. Consider the number of coaches on a typical NFL team—nearly every position has a coach dedicated to the specifics of how to perform the position. These coaches review the plays, provide feedback, and jointly develop action plans for improvement. It’s not that different in corporate America.

In the same way, as an executive coach, Larry helps clients to clarify the issues and develop a plan of action. His methods dive into the heart of how great leaders function.

Presently, Larry’s focus is on personally coaching a small number of executives interested in achieving high performance leadership. He welcomes the opportunity to talk with you about your business needs and the ways coaching can help you become a more effective executive.

His clients report that not only do they become more able to produce the results they desire; they achieve personal rewards and satisfaction from the process.

“You are such an awesome executive coach… I have to say your students have a distinctly unfair advantage in the world. An advantage I’ll take!” —Matthew Lange, Product Line VP & General Manager, Sage Software

“Larry has been instrumental in my development as a business owner and leader. With his consistent “what does this look like working?” inquiry, Larry is able to take the abstract situation and lead you to self-directed practical application. His methods come from years of real-world experience, a passionate heart and a humility that keeps his head out of the clouds.” — Mark Middleton

“I welcome the opportunity to determine if a coaching relationship would be beneficial.” —Larry Briggs