In this executive coaching interview with Center for Executive Coaching graduate Roberta Fiore-Kittell, Roberta shares how her coaching practice has evolved as well as some great advice for executive and leadership coaches. Her advice for coaches looking to get into executive and leadership coaching is simple yet very powerful, and you will get value from what Roberta has learned from building her very successful coaching practice. Also, we hope that this video as well as the other interviews with our alumni on our blog demonstrate the quality of our graduates and what they achieve with the help of our program. Enjoy!
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