Margaret Liptay & Terry Shannon - Working with a Leadership Coach

Margaret Liptay & Terry Shannon

Episode 93: Sept. 22, 2017

Working with a Leadership Coach

It's difficult to reach your goals by yourself. We all need help along the way. The best quarterbacks in football work with quarterback coaches. The best actors have acting coaches. And in business, the best leaders have leadership coach. It might be your idea, or your employer may make the suggestion. Either way, finding a leadership coach and creating a one-on-one collaborative relationship with the coach can have a dramatically positive effect on your career. Today we're joined by two certified leadership coaches: Executive Partners here at William & Mary's Mason School of Business. The Executive Partners provide leadership coaching to the students in the business school. They join us today to discuss how they work with their clients and what you should expect from your leadership coach.

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Show Notes
  • What is the prime facet of leadership coaching
  • What do William & Mary's Executive Partners do
  • What it's like to have a leadership coach later in life
  • How do you find a leadership coach
  • How long will a leadership coaching session last
  • What is the relationship between a leadership coach and client
  • What are the core components of coaching
  • What is global listening
  • When is a good time in a career to take on a leadership coach
  • How much of a time investment is having a leadership coach
  • What's the difference between career counseling and leadership coaching
  • How is coaching a new MBA student different from coaching a seasoned executive
  • What is the difference between coaching and mentoring
  • What is some advice for those who want to be a leadership coach
  • How do you pick the right leadership coach

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