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Sherpa: 2014 Executive Coaching Survey Report

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The Executive Coaching Survey Report is now available (below) as a downloadable document. It is intended for coaches, their clients and the business public. This is the ninth annual survey hosted by Sherpa Coaching, and is the longest running research in its field. This survey reveals important trends in coaching, gathered from both coaches and clients. The report is offered free of charge, for the betterment of the industry.

Karl Corbett, Managing Partner of Sherpa Coaching, says: “If there’s something we can add to the industry, it’s knowledge about where it’s going. We are working from almost a decade of history, so we can spot trends… we are seeing a move toward high-definition video technology and a new interest in neuroscience as part of leadership development.”

Each year, tens of thousands of coaches download the survey, according to Corbett. “This survey is the most reliable and method-sound in the coaching industry. As a leader in providing data about trends and issues in executive coaching, Sherpa makes their report available at no charge,” said Rey Carr, chief executive officer of Peer Resources in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Sherpa Coaching believes in creating leaders who guide, empower and serve others. Through this philosophy, they provide process-driven coach training at major universities and leadership development at Fortune 100 firms. “Executive coaching is designed to enhance leaders’ business behavior,” Corbett said. “That is fundamental measure of success in this business.”

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