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2018 Research: Chapter 6 - Future Trends / Innovations / Fees + Conclusion

CoachSource is pleased to provide the last in a series of seven blog posts featuring chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature Chapter 6 of the report, "Future Trends / Innovations / Fees," in its entirety. We are also including the Conclusion, Acknowledgments and About the Researchers sections in this final blog post.

Chapter 6 includes the following:

2018 Research: Chapter 5 - Internal Support / Internal Coaching

CoachSource is pleased to provide the sixth in a series of seven blog posts featuring chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature Chapter 5 of the report, "Internal Support / Internal Coaching," which encompasses:

2018 Research: Chapter 4 - Coach Selection

CoachSource is pleased to provide the fifth in a series of seven blog posts featuring chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature Chapter 4 of the report, "Coach Selection," which highlights:

2018 Research: Chapter 3 - Measuring Impact

CoachSource is pleased to provide the fourth in a series of seven blog posts featuring chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study.

In this post, we feature Chapter 3 of the report, "Measuring Impact," in its entirety. It includes the following subsections:

2018 Research: Chapter 2 - The Coaching Process

This is the third in a series of blog posts in which we will be releasing chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature Chapter 2 of the report, The Coaching Process," in its entirety. It includes the following subsections:

2018 Research: Chapter 1 - Coaching Overview

This is the second in a series of blog posts in which we will be releasing chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature Chapter 1 of the report, "Coaching Overview," in its entirety. It includes the following subsections:

2018 Research: Intro, Methodology, High Level Findings

This is the first of a series of blog posts in which we will be releasing chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature the Introduction, Study Methodology, and High-Level Findings. We plan on releasing the full report, chapter by chapter, over the course of 2018-2019. To be informed of the release of future chapters, please subscribe to our newsletter by entering your email address below:

Coaching Supervision: It’s Here (or is it?)

By Brian Underhill, PhD, CEO, CoachSource

Here is a time when I lost our company a potentially multimillion dollar coaching contract.

Yes, it was my fault.  The CEO of the company messed this one up personally.

It’s “Back-to-School Season” for Coaches

By Brian Underhill, Ph.D., CEO, CoachSource

This year, I celebrate 19 years as an executive coach.  But I’m going back to school.  And so are many other coaches.  Why?

I was just about to take off for a recent business trip when the thought came to me.  I grabbed my phone and thumbed out a request to my assistant: “Hey Patty, since I seem to speak at various ICF events, I probably should actually become a member.  Can you go sign me up?  Use my corporate credit card.  See you next week.”

“I’m so over myself!! What’s my next?” Interview with Andrea Kates, CEO, LaunchPad Central

I recently interviewed Andrea Kates, a tech CEO in a startup business called LaunchPad Central in San Francisco. Andrea has a flair that I like and she knows how to “hold court” so to speak, so I asked if she would be willing to talk about what she has learned about leadership. For the past 20 years, Andrea has led large-scale initiatives designed to drive revenue expansion for more than 200 companies. Her bestselling book, “Find Your Next”, tells about her research with over 25 organizations. Her LinkedIn profile is https://www.linkedin.com/in/andreakates. Here's what she said... Because I coach executives who move from jobs as “technical genius” to new jobs requiring leadership of other technical geniuses, I want to talk about what’s required when you become CEO. What is the most challenging thing? You have to be able to walk into a room and get a read on the audience and you have exactly 1 and half seconds to do it.

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