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Executive Coaching

Highly Personalized Development Plans

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Coaching, once perceived as punitive, is now regarded as a tool to gain competitive advantage and sharpen the skills of individuals - especially top performers. Why is coaching becoming so much a core part of development? The things that characterize a coaching relationship are rarely found in other development opportunities.

The coaching relationship is:

The Professional Coach, unlike most other parties in an individual's network is:

Does coaching work? According to surveys conducted by the International Coaching Federation, 98.5% of clients are satisfied with their coach and 83% of clients stay with their coach over three months, with an average working period of six months. Additionally, a survey of 100 executives, mostly from Fortune 1000 companies concluded that a company's investment in providing coaching for executives realized an average return on investment of almost six times the cost of the coaching.

Individuals benefit most from coaching when new circumstances call for a change in the way things currently are. When success in a new situation requires a new level of polish or skill that has not been required in the past, coaching can be particularly useful. With all the pluses, it is clear that almost anyone can benefit from a coaching relationship.

For many professionals, who frequently receive little on-the-job coaching, Professional Coaching is often the lifeline to receiving important and reliable feedback. Without the benefit of Professional Coaching, many professionals plateau and are unable to achieve the results they desire. For these individuals, more than anyone else in an organization, coaching can be a vital key to learning and development.

Nature of the Executive/Professional Coaching Relationship

Due to its highly personalized and individualized approach, all coaching is goal focused and designed around the unique needs of the coaching candidate.

A preliminary meeting is held to discuss the coaching relationship, introduce the parties and ensure commitment to the process.

If the coaching candidate decides to proceed with the coaching, a contract is executed to formalize the confidential nature of the relationship and to set out the framework for the coaching.

Tero is able to provide Professional Coaching and Private Training around the following areas:

Tero's Approach

Tero embraces a team-based approach to most executive coaching relationships - especially when the client's goals are complex or diverse. This is an unusual approach to executive coaching and one that makes Tero unique in its field. The benefits to the client are many:


Critical to the success of Executive/Professional Coaching is an atmosphere of trust and confidentiality. Both the identity of the coaching client and the content of the coaching sessions are carefully guarded by Tero - now and forever. Tero takes its responsibility as a trusted partner very seriously and holds itself to extremely high standards of discretion and confidentiality.

Executive/Professional Coaching versus Private Training

When the coaching candidate seeks to acquire new skills, training, in addition to coaching, becomes a key component of the relationship. For many, attending a Tero workshop is not an option due to scheduling conflicts, time constraints, or a desire to acquire the skills in a more private setting.

Private Training sessions bring Tero's proprietary training curriculum and members of the highly-skilled Tero training team to the coaching client in a one-on-one setting. Private Training sessions are typically one-half day or one full day in length and are conducted in a personal, face-to-face learning environment.

Executive/Professional Coaching typically follows the skill-building acquired through Private Training. Coaching sessions are usually one hour in length and are scheduled weekly or bi-weekly over a period of three to six months. Coaching can be conducted in person or over the phone.

Just as a personal trainer helps you reach the next level of fitness, a Professional Coach can help you reach the next level of success.

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For more information, contact:

Ann Block, Vice President, Client Relations
Tero International, Inc.
Phone: 515-221-2318 (ext. 204)
Email: [email protected]

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