Working with a coach can make you energized, focused, sharp and productive, period!
So, if you have never worked with a coach, here are some important questions to consider:
1. Will coaching work for you?
The only way to find out is to give it a try.
No two coaches are the same, no two clients are the same, and no two issues can be resolved with same coaching approach or expertise.
2. Can you afford a coach?
Instead of making that decision based on costs, try looking at it from a different perspective.
Think about the transformation and long-term impact that working with a coach can have on your life.
What if working with a coach could help you land a job faster? Or double your salary? Or securing a coveted board position?
So consider coaching to be a personal investment that will reap benefits in your life for years to come.
3. Can you find the right coach?
Exactly the same way you found the right house, the right car, and even the right job!
You went looking, you did your research, you took referrals, you asked for references and then made your final decision.
Start by determining the criteria you want in your coach and start exploring, there are excellent coaches everywhere.
You’ll know the right coach when you meet that person.
The bottom line is that great leaders hire coaches to achieve more and get more out of themselves than they ever thought possible.