Patricia interviews Andrew Elowitt (PCC pending), who has over 25 years of experience as a lawyer and executive. Though executive coaching has gained wide acceptance, professional service firms have been markedly slower in embracing coaching as a way to improve performance, profitability, and satisfaction.
One reason for this is the tendency of many coaches to treat professionals as though they are executives. Does this approach make sense, and more important, does it serve the best interests of professionals?
As a former lawyer and executive, Andrew Elowitt brings a unique perspective to this question. Drawing on his experience coaching countless lawyers, accountants, doctors, and other professionals over the last 18 years, he will explain how coaching can and should be tailored to meet the specific needs and temperaments of professionals.
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