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Most clients report noticeable improvement within 30 days and substantial improvement within three months, including:
Progress is usually made in bursts, followed by some regression or breakdown, followed by more progress. This is completely normal and a consequence of challenging your ingrained habits, expectations and perceptions.
*Single-day 1:1 intensives are also available if you're interested in making progress ASAP.
I'll question, advise, reflect, challenge, cajole, support, motivate, joke and anything else necessary to help you breakthrough where you are and get where you want to be.
courtesy of Harvard Business Review
1. Prepare: Identify where you're at, what your resources are, what you want to achieve and any known obstacles or risks. If appropriate this step will also include a review of your brand, offerings, website, and recent campaigns.
2. Personalize: Identify your personality patterns and blind spots, typically with a psychogenic instrument such as DISC or FEBI. If appropriate 360-degree interviews are employed to get feedback from your team and partners.
3. Plan: Prioritize your goals, develop a plan and identify metrics for progress.
4. Progress: Coaching sessions, typically every other week, to discuss strategies and use techniques such as Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Hypnosis and Strategic Intervention to get you results in record time. Sessions are typically conducted every other week via video chat, but may be more- or less-frequent depending upon your needs and desires.
Finally, measurable progress is checked monthly with longer reviews every three months.
What can coaches do for you? (from Harvard Business Review)
6 Ways an Executive Coach Can Make You More Successful (from Forbes)
What really happens in executive coaching (from Journal of Organizational Dynamics)
The Coaches Behind Startup Founders (from The Information)