Frequently Asked Questions
Coaching supports the discovery of making intentional changes to develop and move people forward to their desired state.
ICF Credentialed Coaches have received professional training from a program specifically designed to teach coaching skills in alignment with ICF Competencies and Code of Ethics.
Individuals and organizations who engage in an executive coaching relationship will experience a fresh perspective on challenges and opportunities, enhanced decision making skills, greater confidence, and executive presence. Consistent with a commitment to enhancing their effectiveness, focused professionals can see results with the achievement of personally relevant goals.
Often when a coach knows a client from different areas of life, he or she may already have a story about them so oftentimes coaching isn’t neutral. Too many assumptions are already established or made up which are challenging to unwind. External coaches don’t have that familiar context and can perhaps offer a more neutral approach to coachable issues.
Consulting develops solutions for others.
Counseling helps clients explore long-term patterns.
Professional mentors share history, wisdom, personal success and failures.