In this interview with Center for Executive Coaching alumni and seasoned executive coach Judy Braun, Judy talks about how her practice has evolved and gives some terrific advice to coaches. Most interestingly, note the way that her practice has shifted from one-on-one coaching only to also being part of creating leadership development programs. That is a great strategy — expanding her strategic role with clients to bring even more value. Also, one of Judy’s target niches happens to be legal firms, which is an area of interest for many coaches.
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Prospective clients often ask for assistance justifying that executive coaching will provide a return. Here is a stock answer you can give to your clients or internal sponsors when you are asked:First, the International Coach Federation, the leading coach professional organization, has conducted and reviewed studies about coaching in organization. They found an average return […]
Sometimes prospective members ask us why we don’t have a very formal application process compared to other coach training programs. All we ask for is a brief bio, CV, resume, or Linkedin profile. We are also happy to schedule a brief phone call to confirm fit. That’s usually enough to know whether a prospective member […]
Here is an important fact: If you practice coaching with other coaches, you can count that as barter and therefore as paid coaching hours towards your ICF designation. The ICF website makes that very clear.The Center for Executive Coaching has a large pool of members/coaches who are pursuing their ICF designation. We keep an active […]
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