In this article, we take a look at talking about ourselves, and discover why it isn’t such a good thing. I offer up some tips about what we can do about it and what benefits we can expect from this.
We’ve all got a story. An executive Coach can help you tell yours. In this article, we explore what that means and how an Executive Coach can help you close the gap from where you are… to where you are capable of being.
In this post, I would like to share why Executive Coaching can work so well for so many people, why it’s not just for big corporates and just what are some of the benefits you can expect.
Have you heard of Imposter Syndrome? All of us at some point have questioned our abilities. We may have wondered why we got the job or why we were handed extra responsibilities or were promoted.
Effective leaders know that they are the rainmaker of their business – that is they are the ones who have the responsibility to build and drive their success – they are the ones their customers and teams rely on to create a thriving enterprise.
While there are many reasons for hating a job, there are just as many for staying.
When you have a demanding job or are in business for yourself, often times the sheer volume of work and problems to solve and things to learn feels relentless.
I want to share with you what I have learned about coaching and why you do not NEED a coach.
Because finding joy and purpose in work is not always all about the 9-5 hours, the regular or amazing income or the prestigious position.