By Mike Leporati
CINCINNATI – What are companies looking for in leadership development? What does it take to survive as an executive coach? You can help answer these questions by taking part in the 7th annual executive coaching survey from Sherpa Coaching and its university partners. Data collection runs from November 15 through December 15, 2011.
Participants are always the first to receive the research report when it is released in January. As the longest running research in executive coaching, the Sherpa survey monitors trends in the coaching industry like no one else can. Clear, credible and complete data is always made available at no charge, as a service to the coaching industry. To take part right now, visit www.qsurvey.net/coach.
"This annual survey is the most reliable and method-sound in the coaching industry. In addition to being a leader in providing data about trends and issues in executive coaching, Sherpa has made its results available, in their entirety, at no charge," said Rey Carr, chief executive officer of Peer Resources in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Sherpa Coaching believes in creating leaders who guide, empower and serve others. Through this philosophy, they provide process-driven coach training at major universities and leadership development at Fortune 100 firms. “Executive coaching is designed to enhance leaders’ business behavior,” Corbett said. “That is fundamental measure of success in this business.”
For more information about executive coaching or to download your copy of the latest research, visit www.sherpacoaching.com/survey.html. Public downlaods are available starting January 25, 2012.