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Frequently Asked Questions

What's a Executive Coaching?

It is a high impact process that empowers CEOs and other business leaders to understand their challenges and use their strengths to find solutions, so that they can grow as leaders and grow their businesses. C is practical and results oriented

How long does it take to see results?

It's really up to you. Some clients have used just one powerful session with me to achieve a major change in their mindset and to make a plan for substantial behavior change. Other clients have worked with me for years to achieve and sustain an evolving set of personal and professional goals. The time frame depends on you and your goals. The typical coaching engagement lasts for 3 to 6 months and is shaped by well-defined goals and benchmarks for success, with the option for additional follow up coaching after the official engagement ends. The frequency of sessions can vary from once a week to once a month. Session length is usually 45 minutes, but can vary based on what we want to accomplish.

Does coaching work?

Coaching produces significant change when the person being coached (client) is ready to embrace change. When a client acknowledges their blind spots and current awareness, the client and the coach can create a path to change. Coaching moves insight into action, resulting in growth.

What is the difference between coaching and therapy?

Psychotherapy focuse on traumatic experiences in the past and how to understand their effects on the patient’s current life situation. Coaching focuses more on the present and future. My practice leverages positive psychology and  helps the client draw on personal strengths in order to formulate successful action plans. We'll look at past mental models, not for healing, but for reframing for moving forward. Some contemporary psychotherapy models, like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), have a lot in common with coaching. Both coaching and CBT help clients to think in positive, practical, and realistic ways. Both help clients to implement new behavioral patterns that will support their growth and success in the real world.helps the client draw on his or her personal strengths in order to formulate successful action plans. The coach focuses on the client’s past experience not as an end in itself, but only insofar as it helps the client to move his or her life forward. Some contemporary psychotherapy models, like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), have a lot in common with coaching. Both coaching and CBT help clients to think in positive, practical, and realistic ways. And both help clients to implement new behavioral patterns that will support their growth and success in the real world.