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The Difference between Life Coaching and Executive Coaching – Coaching Movie Blog

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“Coaching” is the world’s first documentary about the coaching profession. The film tells the story five persons who embark on a journey to transform their lives by visiting coaches. The mission of this movie is to inspire 1.000.000 new people to overcome their challenges by taking action and transform their lives through the help of a coach.

About this video:
Tony Dickel from Transcend International Group explains his vision on the difference between Executive Coaching and Life Coaching

Website: http://CoachingMovie.com

Producers & Directors:
Patryk Wezowski & Kasia Wezowski are the creators of the movie “Coaching” . They are the Executive Producers of the Award Winning Documentary “Destressed”, which won two “Best Documentary” awards in 2014. Patryk and Kasia have founded also the Center for Body Language, the World’s #1 Body Language Training for Business, with 50 representatives in 15 countries.

Producer & Director: Betsy Chasse (Known for “What the #$*! Do We (K)now!?” (2004) and collaborated in over 45 documentaries)

Executive Producers: Chérie Carter-Scott & Mark Steinberg

Experts featured in the film: Jack Canfield, Mark Thompson, Marci Shimoff, John Gray, John Demartini, Marshall Goldsmith, Gay & Katie Hendricks and many other leaders and experts.

Organisations who offered their support for the film are CEO Space, ActionCoach, Choice Magazine, Noble Manhattan and over 30 other leading coaching/training organisations.



Arvid Buit says:

Executive coaching requires specific knowledge on leadership, narcissism, strategy, and boardroom psychology. Every coach that denies this, is not a real executive coach. Executive by the way, means a leader in a one-tier or two-tier board organised company. Often referred to as C-suite leaders.

Gillian says:

Great succinct description of what coaching is.  A qualified professional coach can coach across all platforms if they know and abide by the coaching core competencies. Many times people call themselves coaches when in fact they fall under a wide umbrella of mentorship, training and telling.

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