My coaching clients are in business, healthcare and the arts. They share three traits:
- They need to change.
- They are wise enough to want to change.
- They are energetic enough to change.
Sometimes, clients want to tell their story, so our coaching sessions help them develop content and skills for persuasive, easily delivered public speaking and more effective communications.
In May 2014, I expect to complete a six-month training program at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland — to build my skills and earn a Professional Certified Coach credential from the International Coach Federation.
Click here to read how I approach executive coaching.
The Coaching Process
I engage clients in substantive, thoughtful conversations about their challenges and opportunities. Clients intentionally seek to create powerful results by demonstrating courage and determination, taking action on their personal and professional goals.
If you become a client, I will attentively listen, seek to understand, believe in you, and commit myself to your success. You will expect me to challenge you, offer fresh perspectives, make requests (including assigning homework), acknowledge your achievements, and guarantee complete confidentiality (unless I fear for your or another's safety).
My clients make progress quickly — because everyone makes progress when held accountable to their own commitments.
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