Professional Coaching

Career Outlook: Professional Coaching

Coaching as a profession has evolved and become a much more prevalent part of the personal and professional development landscape. Clients come to coaches for help addressing challenging situations, defining their goals and setting up plans to achieve them. Learn more about this career path and how to get started in the field.

Online Course Format Doesn’t Diminish Learning and Networking: One Student’s Perspective

Amy Shuman entered the Professional Coaching Certificate Program in February, excited to spend the next five months in a classroom, getting to know her peers and instructors. But that’s not exactly how things went for the students in the Winter 2020 program. After the group met in-person for a few classes in February, all face-to-face meetings were canceled, and Amy and her peers found themselves looking at each other through their computer screens.

How Brain-Based Coaching Drives Lasting Change

As a Leadership and Performance Coach, I’m known for two things: helping people embrace pivotal career moments and using a coaching approach rooted in contemporary neuroscience.

For me, coaching is a results-oriented process. Most of the clients I work with are highly strategic individuals, who are well versed in planning for and achieving their goals. Brain-based approaches allow my clients to accelerate and create lasting change, have clarity of execution and maximize their potential by getting to the “who” faster.