The Leading Coaches’ Center has regular mastermind community calls and the next one is TOMORROW, Thursday November 10th.
Join us as Jeremy Robinson shows how to Professionalize your Executive Coaching Practice Now! He’ll share 10 ideas -and possibly more- to consider to sharpen your “professional saw” from his perspective as an experienced coach who still wins 70% of beauty contests. How’s that for an impressive hit ratio? Come join us for insider tips to up your game. Jeremy knows the secrets and will be discussing how to hit it out of the park.
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Featured Leading Coach, Jeremy Robinson, will be joining us on 11/10/11 at 12 noon Eastern (9am Pacific).
Jeremy is the author of Becoming an Exceptional Executive Coach! You can take a peek inside the book by clicking to the book site, which is featured in the Bookstore section of the Library of Professional Coaching.
You can visit Jeremy’s blog at this link here: www.ceocoachrobinson.com
You may also know Jeremy as the head of the Executive Coach Academy, the mission of which is to bridge understanding gaps between worlds of business and psychology and to create a learning community of emotionally intelligent coach-sages.
He’s also one of the principals at another coach training institution, iCoachNewYork.
He’s an MSW and MCC, and a well-known coach, trainer and supervisor of executive coaches based in New York City. He was co-creator and co-academic Director of the Wharton Executive Coaching Workshop at the Aresty Institute Executive Education Program at the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1999, he has been the Dean of Executive Coach Academy.
As a coach and coach trainer, Jeremy has specialized in using an Emotional Intelligence Behavioral model in working with his executive clients, many of whom are at the highest levels of their organizations. He has also focuses on coaching African-American, Latino and LGBT executives towards increasing their organizational influence and visibility. He has presented on executive coaching to the American Psychological Association, the Executive Coaching Summit, the Minority Corporate Counsel Annual Conference, and the International Coach Federation. He is a co-author of the Coaching Development Assessment (CDA), a coach self-development tool. He has a certificate in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy from the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, as well as graduate degrees in Social Work and English Literature/Creative Writing.