Why Would CEO’S Doubt a Need for Executive Life Coaching? Because They Are Ill Informed

I recent stumbled upon an article in the Huffington Post, regarding some CEO’s resistance to seeking out executive life coaching.  To quote the article,

“A recent study by the Stanford Business School found that nearly two-thirds of CEOs don’t receive executive coaching or leadership development. And almost half of senior executives in general aren’t receiving any, either. Paradoxically, nearly 100 percent said they would like coaching to enhance their development, as both Bloomberg BusinessWeek and Forbes reported in recent articles.”

It is understandable that free time in the schedule of a high powered CEO is more than a notion and those who have already achieved a significant amount of success without consulting with an executive life coach may not see the necessity of such a thing, but let me tell you, neglecting to do such a thing is only handicapping your company and limiting your overall potential for success.

Executive life coachingIf you are already a good businessman or woman, I can make you great, and if you are already great, then I can transform you into the kind of business person that would have powerful people the likes of Donald Trump, kissing your ring.

When caught up in the grind of the workplace environment, it is easy to forget the significance of having “increased self awareness and knowledge about your self motives personal capacities and values”.

While you may be a pro being definitive, decisive and have strong business strategies, other important things such as strong communication and interpersonal skills can fall by the wayside. My goal is to make you a completely well rounded business person, so that nothing ever falls through the cracks and you are set up to achieve optimum success.

Whether you are currently having difficulty with managing your company, or are already successful but believe there is always room for improvement and looking for a risk free way to expand on this success, then I’m the guy to call. (212)599-3195.  Make an appointment today.

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