New coaches and experienced coaches alike have an opportunity to leave a powerful impression with prospective corporate clients, but frequently struggle with their message and communicating the value of executive coaching. What value do they bring to the client and their sponsor? What is the process of executive coaching? How do you measure ROI? Even more fundamentally, what is executive coaching?
In the Executive Coach Special Interest Group (ECSIG) we continue to explore the key components to position yourself and your work for repeat business from corporate sponsors. These 90-minute meeting will be facilitated by Craig Juengling, PCC, and other experienced Executive Coaches from our Chapter. In the ECSIG, coaches will discuss key learning objectives that allow all executive coaches to improve their coaching competencies, learn valuable information about proven assessments, and understand how to get the best outcome for your client and their sponsor, that results in the financial growth of your coaching business as well.
If you are interested in joining our ECSIG group, simply click the register button. Please contact Craig Juengling at JuenglingC@juengling.us for more information.
The group meets about five to six times per year and the topics vary, based upon participants’ suggestions and needs.
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