Personal and professional coaching has been watered down due to a variety of factors. There are schools that claim to teach people the necessary skills for executive leadership coaching, there are retired executives that call themselves coaches, and there are organizations and associations that speak to a variety of leadership skills training certifications that lack credibility. Individual and leadership team development does not happen simply because someone chooses to label you or project their judgment upon you. Rather, it is a process of self discovery. Leadership training and coaching in its truest form is deep and causes a true paradigm shift that generates results. That is the form of personal and professional coaching that Innovational Services subscribes to.
Innovational Services seeks to help individuals and organizations turn new or unfamiliar situations into positive situations. Our individual and leadership team development promotes change and partners with people to unlock their potential. We work with both individuals and organizations, and generate solutions that transcend information and resources that were previously available.
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Although there has been a surge in awareness about personal and professional coaching as of late, many people still do not understand what it entails. In fact, many people have gross misconceptions about leadership training and coaching.
Consider the term "financial planner". This term, which was once a very prestigious profession with designations, degrees, and various accolades to attribute to it, has since been watered down. Now bank tellers, mortgage people, even the cashier at the local store can call themselves financial planners. The same thing is happening with executive leadership coaching. For more details, please continue reading.