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THE TOP LEADERSHIP COACHES

The Top Leadership Coaches  / 26th November 2021

Leadership skills are getting higher rank in the workplace setting these days, all leaders can profit from obtaining coaching and also become coaches themselves. 

This article is completely devoted to an exclusive leadership style sequel, which puts the attention on a recent but increasingly prominent leadership style or coaching leadership. Leadership coaching is characterized by alliance, assistance, and advice. 

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Each leadership coach has a distinctive coaching style that sets them apart from their peers. Continue reading to discover how the featured coaches help their clients achieve resilience as well as what makes their coaching unique and has contributed to their massive success.

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Angela Koning

Angela is the Owner of Equenti Leadership & Learning, a Brisbane-based leadership consultancy transforming the way the corporate world thinks about leadership development and organizational culture. 

Angela is committed to unteaching clients everything the corporate world has told them about what it means to be a leader, to rehumanize the experience of work and produce invigorated leaders that experience success both in their personal and professional lives.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others? 

After almost 20 years in the Human Resources Sector, I came to the firm realization that performance management as a leadership tool was dead. I then set about unearthing what really makes a great leader and developing a leadership philosophy that serves today’s leaders and their teams, no matter what challenges the business environment throws at them. 

I believe the real traction is not in changing others but in bringing our Leadership Mojo (or energy) to life and business. In other words, it’s not only about what we do as leaders, but how we show up in our energetic state for our teams.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

I work with middle and senior leaders who are tired of grinding in the soulless corporate machine, at the mercy of ill-equipped bosses and toxic cultures and teach them two critical things. 

First, I teach them how to lead themselves at the highest possible standard to generate high performing teams who love winning together. And second, I guide those leaders to claim back their sense of sovereignty over their own careers, to contribute in a way that is aligned with their own purpose and mission, and to become a person of influence in their organization or industry. 

With those things established, my clients can experience operational autonomy, create their own career narrative, and never rely again on a boss or organization to validate their sense of identity or the value of their professional contribution.

Damian Goldvarg

Dr. Damian Goldvarg is a Master Certified Coach, the Past President of the International Coach Federation (ICF) in 2013 and 2014.  He is a recipient of the 2018 Circle of Distinction from the ICF for his global contribution to the coaching profession and the 2019 Supervision Award from EMCC for his contribution to developing Supervision worldwide.

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He has thirty-year of coaching experience, wrote five books on coaching, and has trained hundreds of professional coaches, mentor coaches, and coach supervisors worldwide in English and Spanish.

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others? 

I support leaders to maximize their potential with a focus on systemic thinking, diversity awareness,  and strategic thinking and foresight.  I have worked globally in more than fifty countries and bring a global perspective to my work. As a Foresight Certified Practitioner also support clients to prepare for future challenges.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing that contributed to my success as a coach is my ability to build trusting relationships that allow me to challenge my clients to go beyond their own limiting beliefs of what is possible for their personal and professional lives.

Jay Hidalgo

Jay Hidalgo is a business and leadership coach, helping executives improve their leadership, develop their teams, and grow their companies. Prior to launching his coaching practice, he was the Founder and Chief Revenue Officer of Annuitas, a marketing consultancy. Prior to Annuitas, Hidalgo was managing partner at Hidalgo & DeVries, a marketing research & strategy firm.

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Throughout his career, he’s had the privilege to coach and consult companies such as Herman Miller, Michelin, General Motors, Medtronic, NCR, Toshiba, Rubbermaid, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Haworth, and Pitney Bowes.

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

Jay Hidalgo was once told, “You have a mind for business and a heart for seeing people succeed.” His approach is straightforward: Using the GROW model, he helps the company or individual become aware of their current state; identify where they are able to go; then create and implement the right strategic process and framework to get there. Serving as a guide, his coaching and facilitation yields practical (not just theoretical) tools that lead to growth, transformation, measurable results.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing is to believe and live out this truth: Your true worth is determined by how much more you give in value than you take in payment. In the “get all you can while the getting’s good” culture we live in, this approach to business development seems backwards. But experience has proven that it’s effective. It leads to long-standing, mutually beneficial relationships. It leads to success.

Chris Diller

Chris Diller is an ICF-credentialed Leadership Coach and Agilist with experience ranging from entrepreneurship to Fortune 500 companies. He has a passion for helping emerging leaders discover their authentic leadership style and lead with intention.  As a Scrum Alliance Certified Team Coach, Chris also does extensive work with teams and groups of all types – helping them to “unleash their awesome” and achieve exceptional results.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others? 

My superpower is helping people better understand.  Better understand their work.  Better understand each other. And better understand themselves.  I help leaders get clear about their values and core beliefs related to leadership and then support them in putting those values and beliefs into action.  This, coupled with an emphasis on Mental Fitness, sets my clients up to deliver amazing impact at all levels of the organization.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

Critical to my success is a belief that all my clients are already awesome – I simply facilitate their discovery of that awesomeness and how they want to use it in their professional lives.  The tools and experience I’ve picked up along my own journey come into play, but ultimately, change and growth is incumbent on the client using their innate talents and gifts to achieve their full potential. 

Meera Remani

Meera Remani is a leading Executive & Leadership coach, working with executive and leadership teams across the world. She is a trusted name as a coach across organizations such as Microsoft, Amazon, Google, CapGemini, JP Morgan Chase, etc. She ventured into coaching after 16 years as a corporate leader across geographies with such companies as P&G and Amazon, following her MBA and Engineering studies.  

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I support leaders in transforming their leadership style, results and personal goals through my signature 7-step Leaders RISE pathway. The pathway distils curated, highly specific methodologies and best practices from the worlds of coaching, performance science, psychology and neuroscience. I customize the pathway for each individual, such that it is highly relevant, practical and holistic. 

That’s what makes it powerful and provides measurable ROI. 

People see positive transformations in their mental fitness, stakeholder relationships, communication styles, team motivation, and impact, apart from harmony, well being and calm in all spheres of life.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

I combine the best of the west and the east – the practical tools and science-based principles through programs such as the Stanford developed Positive Intelligence program, and the spiritual and holistic principles of the East (through mindfulness and deep reflection practices) into my signature 7-step Leaders RISE pathway. This gives my clients a holistic approach to solving their problems and enriching all aspects of their life.

Sally Helgesen

Sally Helgesen, cited in Forbes as the world’s premier expert on women’s leadership, is an internationally best-selling author, speaker and leadership coach. She’s ranked number 6 among the world’s top 30 leadership thinkers by Global Gurus and named the world’s top coach for women leaders by 100 Coaches. Her most recent book, How Women Rise, co-authored with Marshall Goldsmith, is used by coaches around the world.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

As a coach, Sally helps women to recognize, articulate and act on their greatest strengths and identify habits and behaviors that could hold them back as they seek to become more influential and effective leaders. Her practice draws heavily on her original work, with an emphasis on defining a vision, engaging allies and honing a distinctive leadership presence. She also works with male executives seeking to become more effective leaders for women and create more inclusive cultures.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

I draw from my original work, which has been instrumental in defining both women’s strengths and the habits that can hold them back from achieving their full potential, and the practices of inclusive leadership. Because I’m trained in Stakeholder Centered Coaching, I focus on helping leaders build the relationships that help them achieve their goals rather than trying to get there on their own.

 Louis Carter

Louis Carter is CEO and founder of Best Practice Institute,  Most Loved Workplace, and Results-Based Culture.  He is also an author, organizational psychologist, and expert in organizational culture. He has written eleven books in leadership and management including his best practice book series with John Wiley and Sons and his most recent book In Great Company: how to spark peak performance by building an emotionally connected workplace with McGraw Hill. 

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Carter was voted by peers and executives as the Top 10 Organization Culture experts worldwide and a Top 100 Coach by Marshall Goldsmith. His America’s Top 100 Most Loved Workplace List is published by Newsweek each October. 

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

BPI is a world-renown Human Resources association that provides research, insights, and data to executives and companies to make more informed business decisions. Most Loved Workplace is a benchmarking and developmental company that focuses on building leaders and companies that places love and respect at the core of business models. Results-Based Culture provides consulting and coaching to achieve positive change inside of companies for any desired business outcome.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

I use methods from my books and research around the science of affective commitment and emotional connection on motivation, retention, and performance.  I use tools and models to build Most Loved Workplaces and high performing cultures, such as The Emotional Connectedness Index™  Most Loved Workplace Model™,  Results Based Culture Model™, Leadership Philosophy Builder™, and the Most Loved Leader Assessment™.  My America’s Top Most Loved Workplaces is published by Newsweek. 

 Varada Murthy

Varada is an internationally Certified Leadership and Success Coach (CEC and CLC, certified by ICF) He loves to work with youth, budding entrepreneurs, Owners of Institutions, School Leaders and Teacher educators to guide them to become high performing contributors. He is passionate about helping people unleash their true potential through life-transforming Coaching, Certification and Personal Excellence Programs where the main focus will be on Skill Development for results. 

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He is the Founder of People First Leadership Academy whose mission is to Empower People.

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I believe in working for RESULTS and therefore, I emphasise the golden word “WHY” to have clarity before beginning to work.  I strongly believe that when we know our “Why” (Purpose), how (PoA) becomes easier. It is a powerful question to make people think and become serious about what they intend to do.

I work with this concept of “WHY” (the Purpose) followed by the Action, and help people unlock their true potential to achieve their desired result; be it creating an impact and significance, achieving personal success or transforming the lives of others.  A strong sense of Purpose will drive them to ACT and ACTION creates RESULT.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing is the “transformation” that I would love to see in people when I work with them. In order to achieve this, I follow Coaching principles – building a good rapport with my clients.  Also, I have developed an Integrated approach for certain coaching programs.  My programs are intensive and purpose-driven to help individuals to seek self-actualisation.

Indroneil

 “The worst limit that man embraces is believing that which is not understood is not possible and that which is not seen does not exist.” ~ Neilism Acclaimed as a Guru of Change and a Top Ten Thinker, Indroneil is gifted to make the ‘invisible’ visible and the seemingly ‘impossible’ possible. With human and humanistic processes. For you. As a Human Alchemist. With 16 years of rich and fulfilling experience in the IT industry in customer-facing roles and two decades of meaningful journey as an international transformational enabler, Indroneil

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– accompanies CXOs as a sounding board, confidante and co-traveler

– coaches for leadership transformation and excellence – in groups and one-on-one

– consults for talent transformation and development of hi-potentials

– builds capacity for learning organizations by enabling their learning resources to transform into impactful learning enablers

– enables the transformation of Managers as Talent Enablers (MATE) and

– mentors start-ups, SMEs, and small businesses, to be more self-driven and self-sustained.

As a leadership coach and enabler he has worked with more close to 60 clients of the likes of ACS-XEROX, Amber-TAG, CGI, Digital Globalsoft (now HP), First American Corporation (now CTS), HP, Lenovo, Mahindra and Mahindra, Mphasis (now HP), Novell, Samsung, SAP, Symphony, Tech Mahindra, and UST Global among others, touching/transforming more than 10,000 lives across functions and responsibility bands.

Indroneil is a natural. His methods are humanistic and organic – inside-out, explorative, and existential. It may often seem magical due to his uncanny ability to trace the metrics down to the depths of the mystics and resolve issues at the source.

Indroneil is passionate about enabling the re-discovery of organizations to be transformed into value-driven conscious enterprise.

Prior to starting on his own in 1999, Indroneil has been a sales and BD professional in the IT industry for 16 years, with the likes of CMC, Thermax and F-ICIM. In his last corporate stint (1998 – 99) he headed marketing with SAP India for India and the sub-continent.

Indroneil is published writer. His books

– Been there done that. Now What?: Being an Enabler and

– Mystics to Metrics : LEARNING, LEADING AND LIVING IN THE NEW AGE ECONOMY – THE MYSTERY UNRAVELED

offer valuable insights for corporate citizens to move out of the rut and make a difference.

For more info visit www.indroneil.com.

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

Indroneil’s coaching practice is born out of the principals of Human Alchemy© – a discipline derived from ancient Indian wisdom that magically moves man from his ‘baser’ existence, by dissolving his fears and fear-led beliefs, to reclaim the awesome ‘nobility’ that he is innately blessed with by virtue of being human, to live an inspired life of limitlessness. It bridges the ‘vicious’ world to the ‘virtuous’ world – that co-exists in a figure of eight – affording smooth passage from the former to the latter.

Indroneil, in course of his two decades of journey as a transformational enabler, has innovated several frameworks and models for enabling human transformation, for example the Hourglass Model, which assures predictability of outcome and repeatability of the process.

Indroneil’s coaching is different from that  of others not because of the ‘what’ (the content), the ‘how’ (the process) but because of the ‘who’ (the charismatic presence of the coach) and ‘why (the context) that he brings in.

E.g: “I support leaders to develop a powerful Executive Presence in 180 days. My Coaching is based on neuroscience principles and I extensively use the Positive Intelligence approach to help leaders build a strong emotional intelligence and mental fitness. This helps them enhance their overall ability to build strong relationships and influence others leading to a powerful Executive Presence.”

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing that has contributed to Indroneil’s success as a coach is his objectivity, the fierce focus on enabling the desired outcome, and causing business / contextual impact.

Megumi Miki

Megumi Miki is an award-winning author of the book Quietly Powerful: How your quiet nature is your hidden leadership strength. She is also a coach, speaker and consultant in the fields of leadership, culture and diversity and inclusion. She is the Founder of Quietly Powerful, which challenges the traditional assumptions about what good leadership looks like and develops hidden quieter talent into Quietly Powerful leaders.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

Megumi has coached many introvert, quiet-natured professionals to become the best version of themselves without feeling fake – that is, to become Quietly Powerful. Her coaching clients never feel like they are being fixed. She helps them to reframe the story they tell themselves about themselves such that they appreciate their style and build on it. Some of her coaching clients have been promoted, got new jobs they wanted, started new ventures they never thought they could do, become more visible, felt like their contributions are more valued, and many are feeling more confident in their natural styles.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

Megumi’s coaching approach draws on her own personal challenges and successes as well as the experiences of successful Quietly Powerful leaders who lead effectively because of their quieter nature, in addition to extensive training in coaching, leadership, organisational culture and aspects of psychology and neuroscience. This practical knowledge and empathy for those who are challenged, built on a solid theoretical foundation enables Megumi to work with coaching clients to grow their mastery of their inner world as well as apply practical techniques to thrive in their own unique way.

Shannon Polly

Shannon is one of the first 100 people in the world to get her degree in positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.  As part of the US Army Resiliency training team she trained over 1,500 soldiers.  She has done keynotes for Google and GE and coached globally in countries such as Kenya and Bangladesh.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

E.g: “I support leaders to develop a powerful Executive Presence in 180 days. My Coaching is based on neuroscience principles and I extensively use the Positive Intelligence approach to help leaders build a strong emotional intelligence and mental fitness. This helps them enhance their overall ability to build strong relationships and influence others leading to a powerful Executive Presence.”

I support leaders to improve their performance, presence and their well-being simultaneously.  My coaching is based on somatic tools from the theater based on my decade as a professional actor and Broadway producer, as well as empirically-based approaches from the field of positive psychology.  This helps them to leverage their strengths to improve communication skills and shift their mindset to improve resilience.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing that has contributed to my success as a coach is using science backed positive interventions from fields such as CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), play-based psychology and adult development. 

E.g: “The single most important thing is the original coaching creations which have added to the body of coaching knowledge and practice. These include The Meta Model, The Coaching Principles, the Situational Coaching Model (SCM), the field of Disruptive Team Coaching, and the flagship Certified Chief Master Coach (CCMC) program.”

Liz Price

Liz Price is the founder of Full Frame Coach, an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation and an MBTI certified facilitator. Liz provides individual and group coaching, mentoring and facilitation. At different times in her life, Liz has felt marginalised because of her gender, mental health, working class background and other characteristics.

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With almost 20 years of working in the public and voluntary sectors, Liz has seen many other women feel isolated and be marginalised too.

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I help women who feel isolated and marginalised to meet their leadership potential so that they feel authentic and energised in all parts of their lives. I am committed to supporting women, at any stage of their career, to help them understand themselves more, get more for themselves and their families. These women may doubt themselves and may not know how to progress. Often, these are women who have had to work much harder than their peers.

I use a blend of coaching and facilitation skills to generate action and develop strong, trusting partnerships with my clients. I frequently uses a strengths based approach, using Gallup Strengths and MBTI preferences, to support my clients. Feedback demonstrates that I am highly effective in providing support and a safe space to create personal insight and development.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing that has contributed to my success as a coach is receiving mentor coaching. As part of three yearly accreditation with the International Coaching Federation, I have to participate in at least 10 hours of mentor coaching.

My mentor coach is Claire Pedrick, from 3D Coaching and author of Simplifying Coaching. Time with Claire is precious and invaluable – she helps me to hone my coaching skills and sharpen my coaching practice in line with ICF coaching standards. Claire’s ‘back to basics’ approach really is about mastery through simplicity. Always easier said than done, but it’s absolutely what I aspire to!

Scott Caspell

 Scott Caspell is a passionate coach with twenty years of experience in the personal growth and leadership development fields. He is also the founder and lead facilitator of The Authentic Man, a powerful 7-week personal development program. Scott’s work spans five continents as he supports others in developing the vision, mindset and habits to create a purposeful and deeply fulfilling life.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

As a coach, I help others connect with what matters deeply to them, articulate a vision of the life that they desire, and then support them as they make it their reality. I integrate neuroscience-backed methods, coupled with meditation, breathwork, visualization, and mindfulness techniques into my work. Clients gain a clearer sense of the person they want to become, as well as strengthened habits, mindset, and a strategy that support them in showing up as the best version of themselves.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

I believe the most important factor in my success as a coach is my capacity to develop strong, supportive and trusting relationships. Clients quickly discover that I am approachable and genuinely committed to their personal and professional development.

Sandra Oliver

Sandra Oliver, ACC has been coaching and training  for over 15 years, embracing opportunities to serve a wide range of individual clients, non-profits, US Fortune 500 and Global Fortune 500 companies. She partners her background in psychology and behavior science with current coaching techniques to produce transformational results at all levels of professional development.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I collaborate with my clients to deliver real results with concrete, measurable outcomes. My  coaching practice is based in CBC (Cognitive Behavior Coaching), Motivational Interviewing and NLP (Neuro Linguistic) techniques used to create transformational change.  I leverage evidence-based tools and processes to partner with my clients, building greater effectiveness and productivity, increased awareness and perspective, improved listening and communication skills, stronger relationships, greater confidence, and more effective leadership.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The main contributions to my success have been the peer and mentor support system through my coaching journey. I continue to grow and develop my coaching craft through ICF certification (I am currently in review for a PCC), ongoing CBC training and certification, positive psychology continuing education and a variety of mentors. The body of knowledge I leverage during a coaching session increases my efficiency and efficiency in the coaching process.

Anu Arora

 Anu Arora has over 25 years of experience developing leaders at all levels as an industry leader and an executive coach. Anu is referred to as a “Ignite Coach” for her electric and catalytic style focused on harnessing the best in her clients. Anu has designed and implemented large scale cultural changes in corporate America through 1:1, team and group coaching. She has lived and worked in 3 continents with a deep understanding of the human mind and heart and what helps people find their infinite potential.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

As a first-generation immigrant first in Australia and then the US, I realized that unless I claim my own space as the fullest expression of myself, I won’t be a good coach. The biases are a given; my work was therefore to become expansive, aspired, aligned and driven; that way the ones biases had little impact on me. When I learned to be in this space and coach from here; I could help others claim their space. That they don’t play small. That all the gremlins that come in the way of stepping into their light, shrink. That has been my magical power.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

My journey!

The fact that I worked as an engineer in India, US and Australia and then Engineering Manager and Director for a Fortune 50 company; has brought in triumphs, challenges that I have overcome, things that I have learned from. I had to learn fast and adapt. I moved into a brand-new field and became an expert and was teaching those to the entire company.

I bring all of me to my coaching. People experience that genuineness, compassion, deep listening, curiosity, resilience and love. And that brings success.

Vaso

Vaso is a qualified professional coach, mentor, author and trainer. She has extensive experience with managing teams from leadership roles in corporate environments as well as collaborations with multinational and large retail companies. For almost 2 decades she supports people in achieving their goals and grow, through leadership roles, coaching & mentoring.

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Vaso is the author of the Greek personal development book “Truth or Dare”, and the founder of Success Journey coaching platform. She is a lifelong learner and reader, believing that leadership is not a corporate title but a way of living. She values courage, care and integrity and she is guided by these values in life and work.

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

As a professional leadership & team coach, I support leaders and teams unleash their personal and professional potential, as well as companies to create a culture of trust and engagement.

As a life coach I help people transform their lives towards personal balance confidence and happiness with my 6-month transformational coaching plan.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The most important aspect of my coaching presence is my own courageous career path and the expanded experience I have in different fields. I started my career as a speech and language pathologist working with communication in children and adults and moved into business creating marketing plans for known brands. Moved into sales management, team leadership and coaching made my approach broad and open to new possibilities. With one bachelor’s degree, two masters and several coaching certifications and credentials I consider myself as a lifelong student and always open to knew thoughts and learnings.

James G. Wetrich

James G. Wetrich, LFACHE, PCC is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author and author or Stifled Where Good Leaders Go Wrong.  He is the CEO of The Wetrich Group of Companies which provides executive coaching, mentoring and leadership development programs highly sought after. Jim has led team on three continents over more than 40 years and has consulted with more than 100 companies and coached more than 100 executives.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

Jim’s coaching style is authentic, genuine, vulnerable, empathetic, passionate, dedicated and holistic.  He believes that individuals are a sum of their parts, and that balance should be achieved in all aspects of life. He uses powerful questions to help his clients grow and develop and reach their potential.

Jim is frank and direct, but sensitive to the needs of the client and understands that how we show up at work is a reflection of the whole person and what is happening with the person 24 hours a day.  Jim believes in assessment-based coaching and likes to start with a battery of assessments as well as collecting direct observations from those who work with the client. 

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

Jim has 40+ years of experience across many types of organizations and in key leadership roles.  He has “been there.”  He relates to the situations of his clients and the challenges and opportunities they are facing and knows that as leaders we must be committed to developing people as most have more potential than realized but need a leader to nurture their confidence. Jim is also intent on continuing to improve the effectiveness of coaching and the return on that investment. 

Conclusion

And there you have it, the top leadership coaches.

What has been your biggest takeaway from this?

Let me know in the comment section below.

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