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Leadership Coaching

Leadership Intro Session

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Accelerate your professional growth. Book a leadership coaching intro session with a top 2% certified coach.

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1.00 to 5.00 credits

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1.00 to 5.00 credits


What do Jeff Bezos (Founder of Amazon), Sheryl Sandberg (Former COO of Facebook), and Sam Altman (CEO of Open AI) all have in common? They all attribute part of their success to working with a certified leadership coach.

By booking your first leadership coaching session, you’ll get to select from a network of top 2% coaches who can help you accelerate your personal and professional growth, develop your leadership skills and overcome blind spots.

During the call, you’ll get the opportunity to share goals with your coach, as well as any specific areas of improvement you'd like to focus on. You’ll also get the chance to assess your coach for fit, methodology, and coaching skill. By the end of the call, you’ll have all the information you need to determine whether you’ve found the right coach who can partner with you to accomplish your objectives.

Service Details

50 minutes

Why Exec

Top-tier Coaches
Access a network of certified coaches with extensive leadership experience. Exec only works with 2% of applicants.
Flexible Booking
Schedule coaching sessions on demand. Work with multiple coaches at the same time.
Get Meaningful Results
Our average session rating is 4.92/5 stars.

How It Works

Share Your Goals
Tell us about your background and professional aspirations so we can help you find the right coach to support your growth.
Select a Coach
Browse coach profiles until you find one you want to meet.
Schedule an Intro Session
Choose a time that fits your schedule for an initial coaching session.
Meet Your Coach
Get to know your coach. Assess fit, personality, and communication style. If the fit isn’t perfect, it’s easy to book an intro call with a different coach.

Your Coach Can Help with

Career Mobility
Get the guidance you need to earn your next promotion and become a senior leader.
Job Transitions
Set yourself up for success as you onboard into your new role and start working with new team members.
Gain the confidence to present yourself authentically and get the recognition you deserve.
Leadership Development
Equip yourself with the skills to inspire and empower others and become an effective leader.
Interpersonal Dynamics
Develop the emotional intelligence to collaborate effectively with your stakeholders.
Time Management & Productivity
Accomplish more by increasing your productivity and focus.
Strategic Planning
Learn the art of setting goals, planning projects, and achieving results.


How should I prepare for my first session with a new coach?

1. Set clear goals: Before your session, spend some time writing down your near-term goals. Do you want to get promoted, become a more confident presenter, or learn best practices for managing a team? Sharing these goals with your coach will help the two of you focus on what's important.

2. Evaluate your strengths and weaknesses: Consider your strengths and weaknesses as a leader. What do you excel at? What areas do you need to improve on? Even if you aren't certain of the answers, your self-assessment will give your coach valuable context.

3. Come prepared with questions: One of the goals of your first session is to get to know your coach and make sure their coaching style aligns with your needs and goals. Don't be afraid to ask any questions that will help you determine if they're the right coach for you.

4. Share any concerns: Take time to write down any questions or concerns you have about coaching. This will give your coach the opportunity to address any objections that may hold you back from getting the most out of working together.

5. Bring an open mind: Coaching is a collaborative process that requires openness and a willingness to learn. Come prepared to listen to your coach's feedback and suggestions and be open to trying new approaches.

What are some good questions to ask my coach during our first session?

Here are some questions you may want to consider asking your coach during your first session:

  • What's your approach to coaching?
  • How do you usually like to structure coaching sessions?
  • What can I do to get the most out of our sessions together?
  • How can I reach out to you between sessions if I have any questions or need support?
  • What are your expectations from me as a coaching client?
What kind of things can I work on with my coach?

You get to decide what you and your coach focus on. Most clients use sessions to overcome challenges they are facing at work, process interpersonal conflict, or get help accomplishing goals. Each of Exec’s coaches has a unique specialty that is informed by their background, which you’ll be able to read about in their profiles.

How is coaching different from therapy?

Therapy is similar to coaching in some ways. Both use evidence-based techniques and intentional dialogue to spur growth and discovery.

Coaching diverges from therapy by focusing on the present and future, rather than the past. You would work with a coach to support your goals for professional development, while therapy is designed to help you work through deeper issues like anxiety, depression, and trauma.

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