All-Texas Virtual Retreat and Conference
Facilitates Client Growth
CCEUs: 1.5 Core Competency
Professional coaches know that coaching works but are often hard pressed to explain what makes it work. What is it that shifts a coaching session from an awareness raising conversation to a behavior shift with long lasting results? Is our client really ready to make a change? And what role do we as coaches play in the integration and expansion of new client learning?
In this session we’ll take a deep dive into Core Competency 8 – Facilitates Client Growth. We’ll take a closer look and learn more about the conditions necessary for client growth, as well as explore how we as coaches may help or hinder the process.
About the Speaker
Jeff Evans, MCC
Jeff is CEO of Envision Global Leadership (envisiongloballeadership.com). He practices in the areas of executive & leader assessment, leadership development, human systems change, and organizational capability, serving clients as a learning partner and coach. His
current client base is primarily in the executive ranks, supporting C-Level executives as well as other senior level clients. He has extensive experience in working with the key issues of senior leadership, including board level support.
He has spent the past 25 years heavily involved in supporting executives through transformational change, leadership and organizational development. His wide experience includes work as both an internal & external consultant.
He has consulted and coached in new organization designs and startups, super majors, private companies, non-profits, and joint ventures and alliances in international and global settings. His client base has ranged from international executive teams to manufacturing management teams in retail, manufacturing, IT, telecommunications, research and development, as well as oil and gas exploration.
Additionally, Jeff is the designer and lead instructor in EGL's Executive Coach Training, as well as serves as an exam assessor for the ICF and a mentor coach for other professionals.