One in Three CEO's now has a personal coach.  

Like athletes in training to run their best race.

Should you?

According to a new survey published out of Stanford University, nearly two-thirds of CEOs don't work with a coach, but nearly all are interested and their Board members support the idea.  Why?




The business world is fantastic.  It's also very challenging.  Even if you're great at what you do, you're not necessarily prepared to deal with some of the situations you'll face.  It's hard enough to get your work done, let alone try to do more, do better - or even look for a new opportunity.



You have more work to do than ever.

You're under pressure to perform.

It's getting harder to be successful.

You don't feel fully supported.

You're not satisfied or enjoying work.


Something needs to change.