Executive Coaching and Mentoring

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You have the answers
….a coach helps with the questions

 coach: noun. a person who gives private instruction;  verb . teach and supervise.
             from the French, coche: a vehicle to take you from one place to another 

Most executives learn on their own. Their managers are too busy to coach them. Many executives are too busy to reflect on improving effectiveness. The best executives reflect on their effectiveness, and often ask others for help in improving effectiveness. Where are you trying to go? Can you get there on your own? Consider using a coach to help you get where you want to go.

Try a free e-mail coaching session. Here's how it works: send an e-mail to freecoaching@hopkinsandcompany.com and describe a situation or problem you’re facing. You'll receive a response that will advise you how soon a coach will be available to respond. Free coaching lasts for seven days of back and forth e-mail, starting with the date of the coach's response.

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Check out coaching fees and availability. Hopkins & Company provides coaching via e-mail, telephone and in person.
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