"The Sherpa Guide" and my best-selling book "What Got You Here Won't Get You There" work well together. There's no contradiction, no overlap between the two. Together, they deliver the passion and the process we call coaching.
- Marshall Goldsmith, World's Top Executive Coach
The Top 10 Things You Should Know About Executive Coaching:
Most frequently asked question: What is executive coaching? The Sherpa definition: "A regular, one-on-one meeting with a trained facilitator, designed to produce specific, positive changes in business behavior in a fixed time frame."
Why is coaching a powerful tool for executive development? It's the shortest distance between two points: where a person is, and where he wants to be.
Allow us to share the top ten things you should know about executive coaching.
"The Sherpa Guide: Process-Driven Executive Coaching" sets forth exactly how an executive coach "creates permanent change in business behavior in a limited time frame." In the process, this book defines a new industry.
Marshall Goldsmith, world's top executive coach, says: "The Sherpa Guide has added real clarity to what executive coaching is, and what it will become." ...details about the book
The book is the text for high-end executive coach training and certification offered by multiple universities: more credible and well-recognized sources than any other program, by far. click for video, select video 1A . ICF approved for their ACC Portfolio credentials.
Marshall Goldsmith, on a speaking tour with the Sherpa Guide's authors, said: "It's great to have universities agree on standards for executive coaching." ...details
Your strengths have gotten you to where you are. There's usually a weakness: business behavior that keeps you from the next level. It's not as easy as building on strengths, but working on weaknesses gets profound results.
Marshall Goldsmith says: "The Sherpa Guide and my best-selling book What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, work well together. There's no contradiction, no overlap between the two. Together, they deliver the passion and the process we call coaching." ...details
Every leader can do better at delivering expectations and creating accountability. Appropriate training is built into the Sherpa executive coaching process. ...details
Authors Corbett and Colemon offer in-person executive coaching across North America: Canada, the USA and Mexico.
Driving distance engagements include Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus in Ohio, Indianapolis, Indiana, Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky.
Travel can be arranged for team and individual coaching elsewhere. ...details
Our directory (linked under topic # 7, below) will help you find a coach just about anywhere.
HOW WE WORK:
Face-to-face meets the client's needs. Ever since 2005, our global coaching surveys confirm that 96% of coaching clients opt for in-person meetings. ...survey details here / click for video, select clip 1C
In addition to our authors, we can offer the services of trained and Certified Sherpa Coaches (CSC). Many have Masters degrees. Market areas include the US, Mexico, Portugal, Denmark and Thailand. ...details
Sherpa coaches change business behavior in as little as 90 days. They are uniquely efficient, using a detailed process that spurs success. Clients demand a fixed-length engagement. The Sherpa process guarantees it.
The authors, top authorities in leadership development, are available for speaking engagements, talk radio, TV guest spots, with topics including: "Boardroom 911," "Stories from the Summit" and "Rock Stars of HR". ...details
We have trained and coached for Fed Ex, GE, Human Genome Institute, Unilever Thailand, Stanley Black and Decker US, Latin America and Canada, Hershey, L'Oreal, Liz Claiborne, The National Cancer Institute, Duke Energy and others.
Sherpa provides in-house coach training and certification for Toyota, one of the most quality-conscious companies in the world and US Bank, a world leader in delivering great customer service.