What the papers say about coaching

TELEGRAPH: ”Executive coaches are now de-rigueur among business high flyers.”
THE TIMES: “For every one executive coaching intervention, a positive impact is felt by nine other staff members.”

FORTUNE: "The hottest thing in management today is the executive coach."

NEWSWEEK: "They're part therapist, part consultant - and they sure know how to succeed in business."

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: "Career management coaches...can identify missing skills or style difficulties and offer pragmatic tips..."

MONEY: "A coach may be the guardian angel you need to rev up your career."

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW: "The goal of coaching is the goal of good management: to make the most of an organization's valuable resources."

NEW YORK TIMES: "...other companies offer coaching as a prerequisite...in the understanding that everyone has blind spots and can benefit from a detached observer."

LOS ANGELES TIMES: "Boomers find the budding profession can help focus them on business and personal growth."

THE DENVER POST: "It's tough to develop without help... with coaching you get to see your blind spots in a safe environment."

EXECUTIVE FEMALE: "Coaching is having a dedicated mentor; it's getting knowledgeable support and encouragement and a new way of looking at things when you need it."

INDUSTRY WEEK: "The benefits of coaching appear to win over even the most cynical clients within just a few weeks."

TRAINING MAGAZINE: "Executive coaches are a hot new industry and a sign that you have truly arrived."

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