Professional sparring that enhances your self reflection, self insight and decisiveness


  • Our approach to coaching is a dialogue based collaborative process between the coach and you.
  • The goal of coaching is to provide space and possibility for contemplation, reflection and insights regarding yourself and how you interact with others.
  • Through the conversations new options for action emerge that will enable you to make sound and rational choices.
  • At Holter Consulting we always take the time to get to know each unique individual, and thoroughly understand his or her specific challenges.
  • Together we explore the importance of personality, context and relationships have in the choices we make.

Examples of coaching themes:


  • The role of a leader.
  • Impact, assertiveness and clout.
  • Communication.
  • Transition to a new leadership level.
  • Career clarification and planning.
  • Work-life balance.


Executives are expected to perform in a climate that involves a high degree of complexity and unpredictability. Many executives experience demanding and often contradictory demands and expectations. To succeed, you need to know what it takes to perform well on a specific level and adjust your behavior accordingly. The key to this behavioral calibration is profound self-insight. By understanding the gap between what you want to do and what you are actually doing, you can adjust your behavior to strengthen your reputation and leadership.

Examples of goals for executive coaching:

  • To succeed in a new leadership role on a higher level.
  • To enhance interpersonal skills.
  • To re-discover the excitement in and motivation for your work.

At Holter Consulting executive coaching is characterized by:


  • Our awareness that executives often have very limited opportunities for confidential conversations in their everyday life.
  • Conversations that represents a neutral and “safe ground” for the leader, with the chance to reflect and relate to the whole spectrum of his or her personal register.
  • Collaborative and relational coaching based on mutual respect and trust. As coaches, we alternate between exploring, supporting and challenging.
  • Often starting the coaching engagement by the use of the Bates Executive Presence Index (ExPITM) as a point of departure for increased self-awareness.