When executives seek out a coach, they don’t just want someone to serve as a sounding board, ask powerful questions, and create impactful insights. They also want a trusted adviser who can share best practices and provide helpful frameworks and research to guide their decision-making. Great coaches can provide leaders alternative solutions that are better aligned with their strengths and authentic style. Coaches should join this session to learn how to incorporate consulting and CliftonStrengths into their executive coaching and explore the value of giving advice.
- Learn to have thought-provoking conversations with executives using CliftonStrengths.
- Identify where and how you can stop coaching and start consulting.
- Consider ways you can effectively offer advice.