Executive Coaching looks like a one-sided conversation. One person talks; the other listens and asks questions. How did it turn into the “answer” for executives seeking career-changing development?

Our answer is: an enlivened and reflective mind has x-ray vision and depth. Instead of one person telling another what to do and how to think…the Coach asks open questions. Open questions invite answers…and get them. Often those answers are unexpected gold, buried under layers of routine or old values and expectations.

Learning — new insights and solutions — not only solve current issues and stagnant careers…but they also establish the fact that the Coachee can trust her/his life. There’s something to be learned — and much to be gained — by making the most of the situation at hand. Then, using current reality as a stepping stone into the desired state/achievement/goal.

See if one of these Coaching Methods works for you: