"What Makes a Good Executive Coach?"
Posted By Cynthia David/ Friday, February 2, 2018

"What Makes a Good Executive Coach?"

Our portfolio’s core competency for the last 15 years has been Executive Coaching from the CEO level to “Rising Stars" in Fortune 50 companies and smaller. Results have been highly successful because our coaches embody, at the very least, the credentials listed below if not more.

Lauren Dixon

January 24, 2018

"First, executive coaches should have a fundamental understanding of how businesses and the executive level operate, Vuckovic said. Though the coaching itself won’t be covering those basics, the foundational knowledge of daily experiences facing executives is critical for coaches to know. Coaches should also understand how adults learn and develop over time, she said.

Knowing inquiry and how to build confidence in the executive also becomes important, so the client can develop into being the best possible leader."

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