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Success and Magic of Executive Coaching

By Wayne L. Anderson   What do executives think about?  How do executives perceive success?  How does that relate to coaching the executive?  These are some of the questions addressed in the chapter on Success and Magic of Executive Coaching in Coaching … Read more

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Executive Coaching

Here is an example of an executive coaching engagement using models, processes, and the coaching competencies. For an executive coaching engagement, you start with an introductory session to ensure you are a good match.  Once you determine the fit, you … Read more

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Coaching: Skill, Culture, Profession

Coaching: Skill, Culture, Profession   By Cathy Liska   Cathy@CoachCert.com Coaching is a skill. Coaching describes a type of culture desired in many organizations. Coaching is a profession. There are different types of coaching: sports, speech, vocational, and more.  The coaching we … Read more

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Maximizing Outcomes in Executive Coaching

Executive Coaching is a big investment.   When using an executive coach you can maximize the potential with intentional awareness, engagement, and processes. Doing this involves several considerations: Before starting decide on the reasons for coaching – include both the quantitative … Read more

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Book Review of Executive Coaching for Results: The Definitive Guide to Developing Organizational Leaders by Brian O Underhill and Kimcee McAnally

This book addresses coaching – starting with explaining the purpose and usage, then moving into specific application along with support for making the case for coaching. Summary – the chapters of the book include: Introduction Coaching Has Come of Age … Read more

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Executive Coaching ROI

Studies show that the Return on Investment for coaching typically ranges from 500 to 700%. Some studies are as low as the 100% range – which by itself is a fabulous return on investment – and another study cites 1000%. … Read more

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Book Review of What the CEO Wants You to Know: How Your Company Really Works by Ram Charan

This book addresses the common core of how business people think and act. Summary – The chapters of the book include: Business Acumen: The Universal Language of Business What Jack Welch and Street Vendors Share: The Essence of Business Thinking … Read more

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Executive Coaching Tools and Techniques

Executive Coaches utilize a variety of tools and techniques when working with their clients. A few are described here. Shadowing and reflecting: sometimes an executive coach will shadow the individual they are working with to observe their interactions and how … Read more

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Executive Coaching Processes

When engaging in an executive coaching relationship, there are many approaches and methodologies. Often during coaching there are several methodologies in use at one time. For example, consider two different approaches to coaching: holistic vs. job. Some executive coaches only … Read more

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Book Review of Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling by Edgar Schein

A quote from the author in the introduction does a great job of summarizing the focus: “Humble Inquiry is the fine art of drawing someone out, of asking questions to which you do not already know the answer, of building … Read more

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