4 Keys to successfully step into a career in coaching and mentoring - CoachAdviser
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Rebecca Newton, Dr Rebecca Newton, Authentic Gravitas, Who Stands out and Why, CoachAdviser, Coach Adviser, Coach Advisor, CoachAdvisor, Coach-Adviser, Coaching Course, Ana Loback, Dr Rebecca Newton, Organisational Psychologist, CEO of CoachAdviser, Kimberley-Rayman, Paul-Brewerton, Strengths Partnership, Connson-Locke, London School of Economics (LSE) where she teaches Leadership, Organisational Behaviour, Dr Elsbeth Johnson, MIT Sloan School of Management, Emma-Soane,Patrycja Sowa, Anthony Mitchell
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4 Keys to successfully step into a career in coaching and mentoring

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It can be daunting to think about stepping out of an established career into something new. 

In this video, Dr Rebecca Newton will look at:

  • How do I know if a career in coaching or mentoring is right for me?
  • Can I build on my experience, or do I have to start all over?
  • How do I know what clients are looking for in a coach or mentor?
  • Do I have the right skills and tools? What do I need to consider about accreditation?