“The World will be saved by Western Women.” – The Dalai Lama
If you are a woman with executive experience coming into retirement age, you are a prime candidate for being an amazing coach.
Use what you already know and make a major impact on your industry by becoming the Go-To Authority helping others in your area of expertise thrive and grow.
With age comes wisdom, as they say.
If we´re to believe this popular phrase, then that must mean that people with years of experience in the workforce are walking & breathing reference books!
I know this to be true...
Because mature female executives have proven themselves, time and again, to be extremely beneficial resources for up-and-coming management hotshots.
If you’re nearing retirement and want to gracefully exit the scene before you completely burn out, consider transitioning into the field of executive coaching.
Passing on your vast understanding of leadership to eager students might just be the most rewarding thing you’ve done since climbing to the top of the corporate ladder.
As an experienced executive or upper-level manager, you’ve probably been in the game for quite a long while.
Most workers take an average of eight to 15 years to attain that "big boss" status.
Though your job may be the love of your life, chances are it has also taken a huge toll on you - this is not unusual in positions of power.
The closer you inch toward retirement, the more important it is that you take the time to really think about what your next step will be.
While escaping to the nearest wellness resort may sound enticing, let´s be honest...
Doing nothing meaningful all day would leave you bored to tears.
With the proper training, as a baby boomer exec, you can coach young hopefuls to ultimate success.
By dedicating as little as 10 to 15 hours per week to sharing your best secrets with well-paying customers, you’ll enjoy good earnings, a flexible schedule, and plenty of spare time to do all those wonderful things you´ve been planning for your golden years.
The demand for consulting with a baby boomer coach is higher than it’s ever been. Are you ready to take on this opportunity to show tomorrow’s leaders how things are done?
It´s true; men occupy the overwhelming majority of executive positions in society.
Though there´s been a lot of progress in the area of workplace equality, women still have a tough time proving to others that they can take charge.
As a female executive, you know how it is to be a woman in a man’s world. You’re well aware of the assumptions and expectations of both your co-workers and the general public.
You have experience interacting with your corporate equals and know exactly what to say and do to survive.
All of your valuable information can aid other women in beating the odds and speeding up their journey to reaching your level of expertise ...and beyond.
While coaching can make for a very lucrative career, knowing you are helping others learn, grow, and excel is priceless.
According to the International Coaching Federation, executives who receive professional coaching earn more and get promoted faster than those who don’t.
You have the power and the knowledge to help prospective and up & coming executives achieve their full potential!
William Holt is the go-to coach and trainer for executive women wanting to transition to coaching as a way of sharing their professional expertise with the world. He is also the creator of the Holt Coaching Method as well as the founder and leader of the LinkedIn Group - Executive Women´s Growth Forum.
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