CEO Shane Perry Shares His Executive Coach Journey
Guest Post by Shane Perry
They say experience is the best teacher, but everyone has their blind spots, especially when your name's attached with the acronym CEO.
Despite year's of technical knowledge, working in various roles and functions.
These blind spots and pitfalls are the primary reason why many renowned and prominent leaders seek out a mentor or executive coach. But how do you find the right executive coach for you?
I'm Shane Perry, the CEO and Financial Specialist at Max Funding.
And I wanted share my approach to finding the best mentor or executive coach. Here are my top 3:
I realized coaches are a dime a dozen, they can get accreditation for $100 on Udemy!
I believe the best executive coach has credentials, but more importantly they have raving fans who excitedly share their growth experiences
A great coach can guide you, a phenomenal mentor has invaluable insights they're willing to share with you – that's priceless!
Talking to an executive coach's former clients is the easiest way to learn about their authentic offering
I realized there are a lot of ‘coach-in-a-box' service offerings. I wanted to work with someone who is a thought leader, was strategic, and magic in their approach