Be Yourself... with more skill™
How do you pick a coach? Experience, Accreditation and What Clients Say are most important. Plus coach-client Chemistry.
It's a good idea to find a coach who's held senior roles in a variety of organisations - not someone who's only been a coach.
Especially now, it's important they have experience of working remotely by video or telephone link, and can advise you how to do the same.
Accreditation (current or historic) via the Association for Coaching or the ICF is advisable. It's your guarantee. Whatever training or membership a coach has, without having been accredited at least once they have not demonstrated their professional skills and experience in relation to their peers. Would you go to an unaccredited doctor, lawyer or accountant?
MY COACHING PRACTICE
I'm Dr Jack Bailey and I work with experienced senior clients: Career growth; Leadership; Presentations & public speaking; Influence & gravitas; How to have difficult conversations (and how to avoid the need); High pressure/Confidence. Sessions are flexible - just as long as you need and as many as you need.
I've worked in senior management (e.g.) Director for the BBC, Civil Service, Academia/Universities, KPMG, AEGIS media, so I understand the pressures.
With the increased incidence of remote working, I've developed effective tools to interact, coach, manage and lead teams online which I share with my coaching clients. Scroll down to Chemistry & client photos to see what people say about working with me.
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