4 Traits of an Effective Executive Coach
Published by: Dr. Jeff Dorman

4 Traits of an Effective Executive Coach | Executive Coaching ServicesIf you’re struggling to grow your business or if you’re looking to become the most effective leader possible, you’ve likely looked into executive coaching. With a wide array of different coaching styles and options, it can be challenging to know who to trust. At Breakthrough CTC, we’ve put together a list of several traits that we feel make an executive coach effective in their job. Feel free to reach out to Jeff directly If you have any questions related to what makes a great executive coach after reading this blog.

What Makes an Effective Executive Coach?

Below are just a few of the many traits that are crucial for an executive coach to be able to serve their clients:

  • Experience – You want to work with an executive coach who has experience developing people. You want a coach who has devoted their life to developing others. Their focus should be all about helping you get where you need to be.
  • Proven Methodology – When researching executive coaching options, you want to work with someone using a proven methodology that will give you the best chance of growing in your career. Jeff of Breakthrough CTC uses resources and tools from GiANT Worldwide, the same organization used by many of the Fortune 500 companies across the country. He also combines these resources with tools from Positive Intelligence to help clients reach their full potential.
  • Accessible – You want an executive coach that is accessible. Running a business or managing a large team can be stressful, which is why it’s valuable to be able to turn to your coach when necessary. When you work with Jeff, you’ll have direct access should the need arise to reach out about a particular issue.
  • Encouragement and Accountability – A good coach will calibrate support and challenge to meet the client’s current needs. They balance out the motivation and accountability are necessary in a given moment. You may need encouragement when heavily burdened as well as accountability for your actions when under stress. A coach will encourage you to set realistic goals, then utilize the necessary KPIs (key performance indicators) to track them.

Ready to Catapult Your Career with the Help of an Executive Coach?

If you’re finally ready to reach your full potential, don’t hesitate to reach out to Jeff, a certified executive coach who would be happy to offer a complimentary consultation. This way, you can know a little more about Jeff and find out if working together could be a good fit for both of you. Feel free to reach out to Jeff directly at (651) 324-8592 or use our online scheduling to set up a time to speak.

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