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Executive coaching

As an executive you have to meet high standards, your job is top sport. How do you stay vital, agile, challenged and effective? How do you deal with the political forces in your organization? And with the expectations with regard to your role, your leadership and your results? Do you in fact have a clear plan for your own future, including a powerful network that can help you with this? A coach is definitely not a luxury. Our executive coaches are used to intense mirroring at a high level. While working on your future, you will strengthen your position in the organization . 

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