If you answered no, then we share a similar viewpoint, because like you, I will not hire every individual or corporate client I interview. My desire to coach is founded in a deep curiosity around how I can affect actionable change for others, and to do that requires a stable fit. So, when we both say yes, there will be a knowing that we each made a conscious choice to journey together.
So how will I say yes? My ideal clients are professionally mature (Directors, Senior Directors, VPs, and C-Suite employees). They have experienced success through an action/results mindset. They are now facing insurmountable change that has come by way of external or internal pressure and are at a point where they know that doing nothing is no longer an option. This same circumstance applies to corporate teams. They come to me curious, unsure of how to move forward and with threads of unresolved tension. They are ready to gain clarity, re-align and make a plan to act.
What do you need to know to say yes to me? What I bring to the table is intuitive listening and the ability to connect abstract concepts into a vision you might not have ever heard before. I've been listening to the stories people do not say since I was around nine years old, and my ability to connect abstract concepts into something you've never heard is the greatest gift I have. If we decide to take a journey together, I believe I can show you or your team a view of yourself you've never seen before.
You can see by my credentials that I am educated and skilled and certified as an Executive Coach with a plethora of clients and complexity. But that's not why you're reading this. You're reading this because you have a need. So let me ask you - what is it going to take for you to say yes to the idea of hiring an Executive Coach?
What you should know about me is that I am not going to work harder than you to make change happen in your life or for your team, but I am going to work just as hard for those who are ready and willing to show up.
The next step is up to you. It's free. I look forward to talking to see how we might journey together.