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Executive Coaching – What it is…How it’s done…What it costs

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“What do Executive Coaches do?

execcoachExecutive coaches provide a confidential and supportive sounding board for their clients. They ask questions, challenge assumptions, help provide clarity, provide resources…to help clients gain self-awareness, clarify goals, achieve their development objectives, unlock their potential,,, They are not consultants or therapists (although many have consulting or therapist backgrounds), and usually refrain from giving advice or solving their client’s problems. Instead, they ask questions in order to help an executive clarify and solve their own problems.”

What does an Executive Coach typically charge?

Harvard Business Review says the median executive coaching fee is $500 an hour; Coaches say clients should expect, and they are most often retained for, an engagement of 6 to 12 months.

Let’s say, to be conservative, that’s two sessions a month, for six months.  At the median rate, that’s $6000.

Are you feeling stuck about what’s next for you in your life?  You could hire an Executive Coach, or…

ReInvention UnLtd is offering a high-impact, deep immersion workshop experience of three days, for $6500.  We know this will get you, and eight to ten other guys with the same problem,  from ‘stuck’ on a Monday morning, to Action – an immediately implementable, custom-designed Action Plan developed by you for you, with emphasis on immediately doable First Steps, by Thursday afternoon.

The Workshop is preceded by an individual interview with you by one of the founders and facilitators, to get to know your specific situation, and is followed by unlimited support, as requested by you, to check progress, overcome obstacles, and keep you moving.

Not to mention the fact that the workshop is conducted at one of several high-end resorts in California’s Napa Valley, such as Meadowood or Auberge de Soleil, with all meals, beverages (fine wines from the locality) and lodging included.

How can you beat that?