You're not here because you're looking for a coach. That's a symptom. We're not about symptoms here. We're about working on causes. You've got a …
You’ve got a cause. I want to help.
That’s what coaches do. Let’s talk about what you’ve got going on.
I’m Jonathan Reitz, MCC.
I work with two kinds of clients:
1) Leaders who want to develop the people around them. (That’s what separates leaders from managers.)
2) Coaches who are looking to earn or level up their ICF Credential.
Do either of those sound like you? Then let’s talk!
Here’s the thing: If you and I work together, we’re going to pursue the root causes of what’s going on for you. We’ll touch on the symptoms, but what we’ll focus our energy on changing is built on the causes. The causes are the key to lasting change!
You’ve got a cause. How’s it going?
From the Thought Leadership Blog…
The various terms connected to coach training cause a lot of confusion. Are you a certified coach? Do you have a certificate in coaching? And what’s the big deal about earning a coaching credential? Which one is right for you? It depends on what you want to do with your coaching and what your training […]
Plenty of leadership development content is released on the Internet every day. It’s easy to find. Try putting “become a better leader” into Google sometime. (Almost 75 million hits.) What’s much less common is any kind of consensus about what makes an effective leader. A quick, non-scientific survey points to two common themes in blog […]
At this time of the year, coaching clients have a pretty narrow focus. Your clients are either 1) focusing on their end of the year goals, or 2) starting to get ready for the holidays. Most people don’t think about much else as the last few months of the year tick by. For coaches, this […]
I wrote a book you might want to read…
This book has everything I've learned in 25 years. Coaching Hacks took me more than four years to write. Now out in a second printing, more than 1000 coaches count the insight in the book as a foundational resource for coaching people toward their potential. Order on Amazon I always wanted to be an author. I …