Executive Coaching

Improve Your Sales & Communications Effectiveness

ExpandUSA’s approach to coaching is both advisory and hands-on. Our emphasis, is on the hands-on. Think of it more as one-on-one executive training. We show you how to adapt and localize your spoken, print, email, and social media communications to more effectively engage your target audiences here in the U.S.

Whether you are at an customer appointment, presenting, speaking, or writing an email, our executive coaching services are designed to help you connect faster, in your own authentic way, that inspires action.

Improve Business Outcomes

Using proven processes, the ExpandUSATM executive coaching team helps you:

  • Make high impact first and lasting impressions on the phone, in networking, and in meetings
  • Adapt faster to the local culture and language of business
  • Improve workplace effectiveness among multi-cultural team members
  • Blend the best of your communications skills with U.S. business styles

Personalized Executive Coaching for Global Professionals    (click for brochure PDF) pdf, sm
After learning about you, your goals, and challenges, we develop a customized program from over 10 knowledge modules in five categories:  1) Speaking & Presenting; 2) Building Relationships; 3) Persuasion & Influence; 4) Communications; and 5) Storytelling.

Program Overview

  • Role:  CxOs, Vice Presidents, and executive-level global professionals
  • Meetings:   30, 60, or 90 minute confidential one-on-one meetings
  • Frequency:  Weekly, bi-monthly, or monthly with follow up in between meetings
  • Format:  in-person, telephone, or Skype video

Generating Results – Success Stories

Our team has spent the past 11 years working with organizations of all types, sizes, industries, and in 9 countries. Visit Success Stories to read a variety of brief case studies.


If you are not as effective as you would like to be when working with U.S. prospects and clients, contact us today and let us show
you how to increase your sales and communications effectiveness in the U.S.