Before you choose a coach, you should first be asking yourself what result you are hoping to get. Once you take stock of what you want, the best way to proceed is to look for a coach who: 

  1. offers a free orientation session to get to know one another.
  2. is easy to talk to and makes you feel comfortable.
  3. leaves you feeling inspired or even a little scared of your own potential.
  4. has shared values.
  5. leaves you eager to continue.
  6. has a positive energy you can relate with.
  7. listens carefully and deeply to what you say.
  8. understands business – if you are looking for a career, management or executive coach.
  9. fits into your budget.
  10. has a schedule that fits yours, in the format that suits you.