Monday, March 23, 2015

Leadership Coach?


In this post, I wrote about how I used to devote more time to intentional self-growth but I had grown out of the habit over the years.

One really quick way to get back into the habit would be to start seeing a therapist. However, I think the more relevant route for me at this point in my life (since my time is limited and I need to stay very focused on my work) would be to look for a leadership coach—someone who is part-therapist, part-life coach, part-executive coach, and part strategist. It would be someone who is well steeped in things like non-violent communication and mindfulness as well as the concepts in Good to Great and Drive. Someone who would have worksheets and reflection forms for me to fill out independently before discussing.

Does such a person exist? Since this coaching would likely take place over the phone or Skype, it doesn’t matter where they are physically located.

Please let me know if you have any leads! 



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5 comments:

Kate said...

Yes, that does exist. I know someone who's had wonderful experiences working with Helen Jae Cheves. AFAIK, she can work over Skype.

Allison said...

I've worked with Lori Ghosal (Ed.D) through Inner Quest Coaching. She offers Business, Career, and Life coaching. You can email her at lori@innerquestcoaching.biz or call her at (919) 624-6346. She's very focused, professional, and helps open your perspectives. Good luck!

Kate said...

Consider getting in touch with Cynthia Gunsinger. She's fantastic.

My Story: said...

Hi Sara. I've just been referred to your msg. I'm a leadership and development coach. Have a look at my site www.ibelife.com

Diana Archuleta said...

Maya H-Merlin!

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