“What separates those who achieve from those who don't is in direct proportion to one's ability to ask for help.” - Donald Keough
Executive Coaching has become a popular management tool because it puts the emphasis where it belongs — on the leader.
Executive Coaching seeks to enhance their leadership or management skills, expand opportunities or determine whether they should be moving on. Because it is often lonely at the top, many executives feel restrained and isolated and are rightly concerned about sharing their issues in-house for fear they will not remain private.
Organizations and individuals are using more and more executive coaching for one reason: it works!
Want to try it?
I offer free 20-minute executive coaching mini sessions so you can discover it.