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Executive Coaches: Who They Are & What They Do

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Executive coaching has a myriad of benefits in the workplace that many directors and executives tend to overlook. In fact, executive coaching has been shown to result in a 70% increase in individual performance, a 50% increase in team performance, and a 40% increase in organizational performance. Coaches can help you and your team figure out what is and isn’t, working in your workplace. 

Before you pick up the phone to set up a consultation call, you might have some questions about executive coaches. What exactly is an executive coach and what steps do they take to result in such notable increases in performance across the board for your business? In this article, we will go over the answers to those questions.

What Is An Executive Coach?

To understand what an executive coach is and what they do, you must first understand what professional coaches do in the first place. Coaches develop a professional relationships with their clients and guide them to reach their personal goals. They help executives and directors better understand their relationships with the public, their employees, and their company along with how they can improve them.

How Executive Coaches Help You

If you’re considering meeting with an executive coach, you might be wondering what the process will be like. Thankfully, it’s not hard to get started with an executive coach. The process will start with a consultation call, but you’ll continue to come into the office for more meetings. 

When you get started with an executive coach, they will likely walk you through all of the following steps:

  1. Consultation call: Before meeting with you in person, you and your executive coach will talk over a consultation call. During the call, you’ll talk about why you’re interested in working with a coach while describing your professional and personal goals. The coach will also introduce themselves and explain whether they believe they’re a good fit or not. 
  1. Initial meeting: After the consultation call, you will make your initial appointment with your executive coach. During the first meeting, they will delve a little deeper into the reasons for your meeting and goals. The coach will explain in more detail how they believe they can help you meet those goals.
  1. Regular meetings: You’ll finally begin to meet with your executive coach. During these regular meetings, you and your coach will work together to develop a plan of action.
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Alex Dopazo

In 1998, Alex Dopazo, joined his father at the agency and fell in love with insurance. It sounds corny, yes, but we love insurance and how it can help our customers. Together we share that love with all of our customers who eventually become friends.

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