I’m an Strategy and Execution Coach.  I coach CEO’s and Business Owners in one on one settings, in executive team settings, and in groups of CEO’s and Owners.

One of the most common misconceptions about coaching is one that I encounter happens when a happy client refers someone to me:  “If he thinks I need coaching, he must think I’m doing poorly and my business is in trouble.  I’m doing fine, I don’t need a coach.”

Certainly coaching helps when you are stuck, stalled, or in trouble.  But don’t the best teams and athletes in the world all have coaches.  Very few top performers in any field succeed with out a coach, or a couple of coaches.  Check out what the CEO of Google has to say about this:

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There is good coaching and bad coaching,  different styles of coaching,  generalists and specialists.

Coaching is not consulting either, but more about that in another post.

But coaching is for everyone, not just those doing poorly.

That’s why I have one two.