No Surprises: A Guide for Starting Your Coaching Practice

So you want to be a Coach, do you?

You love to help people. You care about their futures. You want to serve. All great things! And do you know how to run a real business?

I know so many Coaches who have rushed into the Coaching profession only to hit the brick wall of business realities in a very short period of time. Are you one of them?

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As a result of your many years of executive experience in combination with your training in executive coaching, you are uniquely qualified to assist key management staff in the achievement of excellence. Your work with the staff referred to you resulted in visible improvement in their leadership abilities including decreased defensiveness, greater focus on strategic positioning, and increased engagement in policy discussions. In addition, all staff involved reported satisfaction with the coaching experience with some staff, as you know, deciding to voluntarily continue.

--Cindy Stewart, CEO, Family Health Council of Central PA