Executive Coaching

Studying some of the certifications in Executive Coaching offered, looking to expand its professional horizons, which have strong theoretical foundations, but suffer from a lack of practical experience in coaching senior executives, and understanding of the dynamics of the organizations where they interact and have to pay off these executives (which severely limits their ability to give the results expected of them.)

Those who have more than one certification in coaching, probably with other studies and diplomas related to the subject, with experience as consultants and / or coaches, but who put respect for “the art of coaching” to interest the results of his client (which takes up to lose the customer and even worse, that it questions the effectiveness of coaching). Those who have more than one certification in coaching and probably other related studies, which, for the most-occupied positions in large organizations and are coaches of senior executives (which enables them to understand the dynamics of organizations, their relationships organic and inorganic and put their knowledge and customer service experience, for this and your company increase its capacity for action and achievement). To establish which of these profiles the characteristics to accompany their clients competently, first seek to define the characteristics of a good coach. That is what characterizes a good coach? Commentary by Pierre Blanc-Sahnoun, author, psychotherapist and renowned coach, effectively summarizes the views of diverse and renowned coaches about what characterizes “good coach.” Is experience in the business world, if possible in various management positions, to have experienced the effects of power, have settled with him, have made a personal work on yourself, have a good economic culture and a great curiosity, to be monitored, having experienced ruptures and failures in life , be clear about the motivation to exercise this profession and know your risks.