Executive Coaching


The Need

The higher an employee advances in the corporate hierarchy, the harder it becomes to find honest, unbiased development feedback. But since the hard skills that got them to where they are won’t take them the rest of the way, so-called soft skills such as emotional intelligence and the ability to self-reflect are often the things they need help with the most.

Rita was able to quickly discern the issues I was having and provided great insight into my interpersonal interactions at work. Through the course of several months of coaching sessions, I was able to reduce my level of stress at work and reach a place in which I felt comfortable dealing with any conflict, be it at work or in my personal life.
— Clinical Program Director, Pharmaceutical Company

A leader who uses developmental coaching to improve his or her leadership skills is only one example of someone who might benefit from engaging in a coaching process. There are many others, including people in transition who are not sure what their next step – professionally or personally – might be; employees in organizations who feel that they can’t show up authentically at work or feel that their voices aren’t heard; under-performers who tend to fly under the radar and miss out on promotional opportunities, to name a few.

How We Fill It

Developmental coaching is a process where the coach and the client agree, based on a thorough needs assessment (intake conversation), on the skills and capacities the client will work on in order to reach the goals he or she has set out for him-or herself . The process can take as little as six months or longer and involves regular meetings either face-to-face or via phone or Skype.

Developmental coaching is based on the premise that in order for someone to make a change, he or she must gradually develop new perspectives, new interpretations and new ways of behaving.  The coach offers exercises, self-reflections and other activities for the client to engage in so he or she can practice these new behaviors and ways of of seeing the world.


The type of developmental coaching Interglobe offers is called Integral Coaching, which takes into consideration not only who a person is as an individual (mind, body, emotion and spirit), but also their relationships with others and the physical domain they live in.

Why Interglobe?

Interglobe Founder Rita Wuebbeler graduated as an Integral Coach from New Ventures West in San Franciso, California. In addition, she holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential from the International Coach Federation (ICF). She has coached international business executives and managers for over fifteen years and continues to work with a wide variety of clients from different industries and sectors.