If you’ve ever wondered whether you’d benefit from having a coach champion your life, leadership and career goals you’re not alone. While some people think of coaches as a luxury, hired only by high-powered executives in corporations and Silicon Valley, the reality is that if you work in the nonprofit, foundation or education sectors you’ll benefit from having a coach.
Smart nonprofits invest in coaching for their employees because coaches help people move to their next level of excellence. At Mission Minded we call it Impact Coaching because we’re here to amplify the talents and aspirations of our clients so they can have a greater impact, whether their goals are personal, professional or both.
Some positive outcomes you can achieve through coaching:
Having a coach to help you address challenges big and small with confidence and balance can make all the difference to stretched nonprofit professionals. But coaching isn’t for everyone. Here are 11 frequently asked questions to help you determine if coaching is right for you.
Jennie Winton is a Founding Partner of Mission Minded, a 25-year marketing veteran sought for her expertise in branding nonprofit organizations, and a one-on-one leadership coach.
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