Have you ever wondered whether or not you’d be a good fit for business coaching? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, “Am I a good fit?” is one of the most frequently asked questions in my discovery calls.
Here are some details about executive and business coaching that might shed some light for you.
Coaching is for leaders at all levels, as well as executives, and entrepreneurs. Many folks who seek coaching are at a point in their careers where they need and want additional leadership skills and/or support in their development. Coaching is equally beneficial for people leaders, senior executives, and new managers. Corporate professionals going through a professional change also benefit greatly from working with a coach.
Are you in one of these roles?
- Founder, Owner
- VP, Sr. Director, Director
- First-time Executive
- New Manager
- Manager of Managers
- Senior Manager
- High Potential Individual
- Professional on the precipice of change
Does this sound like it would be a good fit for you?
Business and leadership coachees share candidly about their careers, discuss leadership and personal challenges, learn new tools, and practice new skills. Session topics include building a leadership brand, owning strengths and limitations, building confidence, overcoming imposter syndrome, team management, mentoring and coaching others, self-management, self-care, career management, and goal planning. In addition to building confidence, coachees also build soft skills like balance, self-awareness, compassion, and empathy.
Sessions vary in length based on the coach and typically involve 1-on-1 meetings that are customized to meet the needs of the individual. A great coach will support you in seeing your particular areas of strength while collaboratively working through opportunities for growth.
These articles will also be helpful as you navigate finding a business coach:
FAQ about working with Jen as a Business and Leadership Coach
Honing In Your Leadership Qualities Through Habits, Empathy & Self Care