- Identify the fundamentals to formulating individualized development questions.
- Determine development areas you want to change.
- Examine an executive coach’s insight, actions, and accountability.
- Determine the three ways to challenge yourself when working with an executive coach.
- Recognize the best ways to evaluate progress and setbacks.
Skill Level Intermediate
- Many years ago, the singer Ruth Casey said, it only takes one person to change your life, you. Well, that's fundamentally true, but there's more. In professional life, if you're willing and able to change, you can change faster, more effectively, more sustainably, more visibly to your stakeholders, and more enjoyably too, by working with an executive coach. I'm John Ullmen. As an executive coach over the past two decades, I've coached hundreds of leaders in dozens of organizations, across industries, around the world.
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