Coaching for Creating a Competitive Advantage over the Competition

The competition is comfortable with certain success levels and creates beliefs that every connecting variable will remain in a predictable specific state once they achieve their goals. They create false beliefs that the world has become stagnated and their current situation will remain stable. They choose to ignore the fact that multiple variables which affect stability are constantly changing and their security will eventually be challenged. A skilled coach defends their client against creating false beliefs and challenges executive thinking to become aware and prepared for unseen variables. Adapting in advance for future challenges creates a competitive advantage over the completion.

The strongest leadership quality is having or developing an accurate vision of what future challenges will consist of and communicating this vision effectively to the team in order for everyone to take proactive action for positively increased results. Maximizing your strongest ability is your competitive advantage and leveraging a professional coach to identify weaknesses and co-develop strategies to enhance innate strengths is optimal for continued success. Creating awareness of external variables is a specific skill that talented coaches possess and aid the greatest leaders to make world-changing decisions. Coaches are the unsung heroes behind the scenes of leadership that provide a competitive advantage for our greatest leaders.

Access to and support from a skilled coach is paramount for having a competitive advantage. The qualities of a certified coach that support leadership include being: empathetic, non-judgmental, holding accountability, challenging assumptions, actively listening, acknowledging, being a confidante, possessing a high level of intellect, trustworthiness, being knowledgeable, and being single-mindedly focused on client success. Innate skills of talented coaches are: having a superior will to succeed, identifying the positives, creating strategies to compartmentalize negatives, focusing on task, understanding situations and the variables that affect them, empathizing with the client’s perspective, expertly guiding the client to acknowledge their blind spots, and positively supporting client development through acknowledging achievements.

Our parents were our first true coaches and they bask in our successes. They supported us from behind the scenes and provided timely advice that aided our successes. They take great pride in seeing us achieve. We all would like to relive those days when our parents provided that bit of advice or support that helped us realize our purpose. A great coach knows how to fill the void that we all experience. The special innate abilities combined with the trained coaching qualities are the foundation for a competitive advantage over the competition. Our greatest leaders had great coaches that supported their development behind the scenes and we all need a superior support system to outwit and overcome the daunting obstacles that life projects in our direction.

The Million Dollar Coaching Company provides Certified Professional Action-based Executive Coaching – Career Coaching & Consultation to Maximize Opportunity through Behavioral Change, Innovative Communication, Career Transition & S.M.A.R.T. Goal Setting.

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Keith Miller

Keith Lawrence Miller, Organizational Psychologist, Board Certified Coach (BCC), Professional Credentialed Coach (PCC), with subject matter expertise in executive career & leadership coaching and management consulting supported by a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University.

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