Did you know that most successful executive coaches have a personal coach or mentor themselves? I'm one of them. Why? Because, even as coaches, we derive such benefit from what our own coach provides.
Without a coach of your own, what are you missing out on? I dare say that it's more than you imagine.
Even though I've coached more than 800 executives and entrepreneurs over a span of 20+ years, I still talk with my own coach almost weekly.
And every session adds to my effectiveness. I'm eager to give you this same empowering experience through one of my following coaching options.
Executive coaching pursues a singular objective: to enlarge the capabilities which you bring to your most critical roles. From the C-Suite of Fortune 100 companies to the founders of new startups, I've helped hundreds of executives enlarge their impact and expand their success.
Leadership is tough, demanding work. And the success of every organization turns on the quality of its leadership. What's more, this leadership is needed at every level of the organization. My leadership coaching aims at developing leaders who in turn develop other leaders.
In today's hypercompetitive world, success is a team sport. I relish opportunities to bring out the best in new or established teams through group coaching and related team-building programs. I particularly enjoy standing up new executive teams following mergers or acquisitions.
Coaching is a significant investment. Choosing the wrong coach can be a costly misjudgment.
Get answers to the questions people ask frequently about how to choose the coach who is right for them. This booklet has helped hundreds of people make that decision confidently.
Executive coaching focuses on concrete, immediate challenges. Executive mentoring usually centers on broader and longer-term issues. I provide both services. This brief video clarifies the role played by a mentor.
Mentoring by Dr. Mike Armour