Terry Hobbs already had a very successful career as an HR executive and consultant before he came to the Center for Executive Coaching. After becoming a Certified Executive Coach with us, he found ways to become even more relevant and add more value to his clients. His practice emphasizes employee engagement, executive development, executive alignment, and organizational development in his work. He notes that many former executives he knows lament the fact that, past a certain age, prospective employers/colleagues stop calling. This hasn’t happened to Terry. He is in more demand than ever, largely thanks to his shift towards coaching. Executive coaching can be a fantastic encore career!
In this video, Terry shares his insights and advice, and how his coaching practice has developed. Enjoy! If you like what you see and would like to join our program, please contact Direct Andrew Neitlich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We get many questions about how the process works for you to receive your ICF designation through our executive coach certification and training. This video will give you the information you need. You can receive the training you need for an ICF designation by coming to one of our upcoming in-person seminars plus attending some […]
Recently, the Center for Executive Coaching graduates met for our first-ever reunion. Among the events were panels in which our members shared their best practices and experiences. It was so wonderful to hear examples from so many of our coaches about how they have developed successful practices and working with leaders at well-known organizations to […]
There is a confusing array of options when it comes to executive coach certification. In this article, we lay out the different executive coach certification options we offer, how long each takes, and what each costs. We start with our own in-house certifications, move to the International Coach Federation (ICF) coach designations, and then the […]
We have trained internal coaching groups at a number of different organizations in the past year. This has given us excellent insights into the pros and cons of different coaching models. Following are some thoughts on using external coaches, managers as coaches, and a dedicated internal coaching group within Human Resources.First and foremost, and regardless […]