If you want to make a change in your business, but you are unsure how to go about it, you may benefit from enlisting the help of an executive leadership coach. But how do you choose the right one? Should you invest in a one-on-one program, or is a group setting right for you?
Susan Barber has 20-plus years of experience as an IT and Leadership Executive. While working a traditional job, she pursued coaching as a side hustle, earning a certification in leadership coaching. When the company was going through a merger, she took a package and a leap of faith – and Susan M. Barber Coaching & Consulting was born.
Susan is passionate about helping her clients build confidence, grow as leaders and find their authentic voice. She also seeks to bring coaches together to support each other and share resources as entrepreneurs. Today she explains the differences among one-on-one, group and mastermind programs, the advantages of a structured group coaching environment, and how to choose a program that is the right fit for you. Listen in as Susan reveals what to look for in an executive business coach!
How to scale a coaching business
The difference between Susan’s group program vs. mastermind
The advantages of a structured group coaching environment
How to choose from among one-on-one, group coaching, and masterminds
When to pursue a business coach
What to look for in a business coach
Questions to ask a prospective coach
Characteristics of a quality coach
What to do if you’re not getting what you need from a coach
Susan’s advice for business owners considering an investment in a coach
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