Executive CoachingWhy choose me as your coach?
Leadership, Executive Coaching, and Recruiting
During the last 16 years of coaching managers and leaders at CXO level, I’ve asked my clients why they choose me as their executive coach.
The most common answer is that I have substantial leadership experience. When coaching leaders in CXO positions my leadership experience helps to get the job done. The fact that I can document a large number of successful cases make my clients feel safe when choosing me as their executive coach.
How I get my clients
Quite often, clients get my name from a colleague or from their business network. Or they have seen me give a public speech.
Another reason for my clients choose me as their trusted advisor and executive coach is that I apply a clear and proven methodology. This methodology includes personality assessments, coach forms helping clients set goals, and I offer feedback surveys.
A review of my high-quality client list makes the choice easier for my clients.
Lastly, my clients praise the results they’re getting from working together with me. Take a look here.
Why Is Coaching So Important?
The coaching process
Just Do Your Coaching Thing, He Said
When I explained to him that coaching is a partnership going through a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires clients to maximize their personal and professional potential, he understood that coaching is not an easy quick fix. You have to invest in yourself and engage in the process to get full value for your money.
Measurement of Progress: A FACTOR TO CONSIDER WHEN HIRING A COACH
References: A FACTor TO CONSIDER WHEN HIRING A COACH
coaching People like you: A FACTOR to consider when hiring a coach
Clear methodology: A fACTOr TO CONSIDER WHEN HIRING A COACH
Certified training: a FACTOR TO CONSIDER WHEN HIRING A COACH
A. Set the Foundation
- Meet Ethical Guidelines and Professional Standards
- Establish the Coaching Agreement
B. Co-create the Relationship
4. Coaching Presence
C. Communicate Effectively
6. Powerful Questioning
7. Direct Communication
D. Facilitate Learning and Results
9. Designing Actions
10. Planning and Goal Setting
11. Managing Progress and Accountability