Executive and leadership coaching is a powerful tool in the overall plan to achieve organizational excellence. Innolect has developed proven coaching protocols and cutting edge techniques to help leaders identify the perfect coaching match. We view coaching as a developmental process that leads to individual growth and change, and even transformation. Senior level leaders seek out confidential consultative partnerships with Innolect’s strategic coaches to build individual leadership capability and to gain clarity about organizational issues. Innolect coaches have extensive experience in establishing coaching relationships with senior executives. Our coaches partner and develop clarity relationships with senior executives.
Innolect’s Leadership Coaches assist with any and all aspects of their leadership effectiveness. Starting from a place of collaboration, Innolect coaches align with the organization’s business vision, objectives, leadership competencies and values to create meaningful goals and assure sustainable results.
The breadth and depth of Innolect’s coaching community allows clients to make highly selective decisions about the best fit for their needs. Hold certifications in various assessment tools such as Lominger, The Leadership Circle, Birkman Method, Denison 360, Listener Preference Profile, Life Styles Inventory, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, etc.
Some organizations are experienced with executive coaching and are simply seeking high-quality coaches. As leaders grow and achieve greater awareness and understanding about their aspirations, motivations, and abilities, they make better choices.  Working to build trust, we provide accurate perceptions of each leader’s strengths as well as areas for improvement.
If coaching will be widespread, how do we establish a protocol for matching coaches with their leader partners?
A recent study by the American Management Association discusses many of these questions in depth. As strong as our individual coaches are, it is the collective coaching talent that sets Innolect apart.
Developmental Fit: Does the coach have a personal style, approach and developmental stage that matches the developmental needs of the coaching partner and the pressing business needs? Cost Effectiveness:  Are there costs related to travel and geographic area that might need to be considered? Developed coaching protocols and systems.  Helped Fortune 100 company define selection strategies for coaching candidates, made recommendations for the evolution of the program, and considered how the initiative could evolve into a sustainable program the client could manage independently. Designed Coaching Initiatives for High Potentials.  Worked to assess, identify, and build capacity of selected high potentials by implementing coaching throughout a telecommunications start-up. Offered transformational, developmental, performance and skills coaching:  Partnered with new CEO to identify and leverage strengths during health system reorganization.
Provided Virtual Coaching.  Supplemented face-to-face coaching sessions with virtual coaching to help an organization cut the overall cost and also to accommodate client travel. There are an estimated 47,500 life coaches across the globe, and nearly 16,000 of those can be found in North America [PDF]. But there are hundreds of training programs that promise to teach the essentials, and at least one accrediting body, the International Coaching Federation, maintains a list of what it considers more legitimate training programs. According to Ziev, one solid coaching method is “listening and asking powerful questions.” By that she means open-ended questions that can’t be answered with a simple “yes” or “no.” “For instance, ‘What would be a stretch goal for you? If a client is depressed or wallowing in the past, Ziev says she’ll refer them to a therapist.
The way Cataldo puts it, coaching requires a lot more hands-on work on behalf of the client than therapy. Annie Lin, a life coach in New York, estimates that she turns down roughly 15 percent of people who approach her, usually because they have a pessimistic attitude. While each client is unique, coaches say there are a handful of weaknesses we all have in common. SEO or Search Engine Optimization is likely something you have this niggly thought that you should know more about than you actually do. Keeping up with your blogging and making sure all your links work on your site is more than enough to do with your time as a life coach right?


I was absolutely one of those coaches that when I first got a website and started blogging regularly, who paid no attention whatsoever to SEO. I realised that I simply had not been paying enough attention to my content writing and blogging in such a way that could serve my ideal clients – and isn’t that what being an amazing life coach is all about?
I had been paying attention to getting the copy on my website and my regular blogging formatted in such a way that was highly useful for my ideal client – but not highly findable and searchable in the world of Google. SEO, even when done in the simplest, quickest and most time and brain friendly way, is more than worth it, especially when it comes to getting you more traffic to your website for the exact things that you want your ideal clients to find you for.
Absolutely Nicki – being across those social channels is so important with helping with your traffic. I was just talking about this topic with my computer programmer friend over dumplings and wine on the weekend! It really is all about having a go Diana – so if you do even just that by yourself or with your friend it will help. Thanks for the mention Julie and so glad to see you and the other coaches tackling SEO head on.
I was just doing some research into Googles latest Panda and Penguin updates and came across this post. April 13th, 2016 (Updated) by Pratish Mistry.Life coaching is a term that is bandied about quite loosely these days and it seems that anybody and his three-legged donkey can become one. Life coaching is the practice of supporting an individual or team through the process of achieving one or more specific goals. Depending on where you’re based, there are coaching professional bodies such as the International Coach Federation (ICF) in North America, the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC), and COMENSA in South Africa that provide some level of recognised accreditation for coaches. Since much of the success in a coaching relationship is dependent on rapport, it is important to meet or at least chat with your prospective coach before signing up for a package. Since there is an abundance of potential coaches available for both business and personal coaching, Wonkie recommends that you request a trial session before engaging someone as a coach. As  business leaders actively engage coaching support, the selection process to determine external coach qualifications become critical to achieve a strong ROI. Innolect offers video profiles of our coaches and a web-based selection tool.  Once a coach has been carefully selected, the Innolect approach to the coaching engagement is unique, powerful, and results related. We recommend the Maturity Assessment Profile (MAP) as a validated tool to identify a leader’s current developmental stage.
These engagements are driven by development goals derived from the results of profiling assessments. We focus on inquiry rather than advocacy using questions to gain insight and self-awareness before establishing development goals and desired business outcomes. Other organizations may believe in the value of coaching, but do not have an experience base.
Using a strengths-based foundation, we partner to build on the skills and capabilities that have made each leader successful. The breadth and depth of our coaching community allows clients to make highly selective decisions about the best fit for their needs.
How well does the coach understand the culture, competitive environment, and structure of the company or industry? Co-developed integration coaching process for global pharmaceutical company going through acquisition and major change initiative.
Collaborated with a licensing client to select and administer assessment instruments to identify leadership strengths and areas for improvement.
Served as an objective voice to deliver feedback about strengths, blind spots, and areas for improvement to accelerate performance. Created individual development plans with concrete actions and ongoing coaching support for Vice Presidents of multinational insurance company.  Innolect’s IDPs ensure a business focus. Worked with top executive leadership team and their direct reports to implement an integrated change initiative. Created an online tool for individuals within a Fortune 100 company to review coaching bios and find the best fit for their specific coaching needs.


Deployed multiple consulting resources to develop a key leader critical to the success of the business. These “experts” help clients set goals in every realm of life—from health to romance to career—and create a strategy to meet those goals, all the while maintaining a cheery, motivational disposition. At any given time, Ziev is managing roughly 20 clients, and all the coaching takes place over the phone or Skype. She likes to write about science, history, innovation, and life in NYC for such publications as mental_floss, Fast Company, and FORTUNE.
If you come at it from the angle of – how people use search engines to find it gets really interesting.
SEO has been something that confused and frightened me to be honest, but with Shae’s help, I am ever so slowly starting to wrap my head around it. Wonkie thought it would be useful to provide a clear definition of what life coaching is and to strip away some of the fluff that’s floating about in public. Coaching sessions typically begin by determining what the goal is for the individual or team. Unfortunately, this has resulted in anybody being able to call themselves a life coach and going out and practising their personal brand of “coaching”. Many coaches give discounted or free preliminary sessions – use this to help establish whether you will enjoy working with them. These goals can be quite diverse from dropping bad habits to increasing creativity at work.
Establishing a fit in coaching relationships generally requires a look at more than just somebody’s experience on paper.
We know from research conducted over the last several decades that there are predictable and understandable development stages that leaders go through personally and professionally. Using proprietary Innovative Intelligence approaches and tools, Innolect coaches work with executives to enhance organizational effectiveness and business results.  Our knowledge and understanding of both the demands and the opportunities of top leadership positions help inspire individuals to lead more effectively.
In either case, Innolect consultants have the expertise and acumen to guide leaders through the process. Our clients benefit from our ability to identify coaching needs, design coaching game plans, create proprietary protocols, and draw from industry best practices. At the same time, we address potential career derailers and identify developmental capabilities required for future success. The criteria for selecting a coach can vary, but there are basic qualifications to consider when identifying potential coaches.
Handled issues such as influencing more effectively, building collaborative work processes, identifying and handling destructive conflict, coaching others, etc.
The intensive offered speed, specific and targeted development goals, and a compressed time frame for change when more traditional coaching methods failed to deliver sustained change in leader behavior.
While there’s some debate about how legit a practice life coaching is (one recent lawsuit accuses a life coaching business in Colorado of running a lucrative Ponzi scheme), there’s no doubt business is booming. Once the goal is articulated, the life coach, through a process of asking open-ended questions (i.e.
This places the onus on the individual to do their due diligence and seek out a suitably qualified, professional life coach. In various situations, we have partnered with clients with the goal of setting up an ongoing internal coaching system. Also, people believe their negative thoughts are true and not just a bunch of random gibberish. A mentor, friend, family member, guru, therapist or many types of counsellors may give you what you want instead.
Coaching is very much a buyers market, so shop around and make sure you’re fully satisfied with what you’re going to get before signing up. We talked to a few professional coaches about their jobs and what they’ve learned about human nature during their tenure.




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