Strathroy, Canada, September 29, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- The Move Mountains Group (http://www.extraordinarymoves.com), a Canadian executive coaching and consulting firm, specializes in coaching C-level managers, executives and business owners. The firm takes part in interviews with potential clients before establishing a contract; however, while it is usually the executive or the corporation who interviews a coach, the coaches on the Move Mountains team also screen potential clients to ensure that they are committed to making significant changes in their personal lives or in the life of the company.
The firm refers to this process as a "joint interview" and claims that it saves time otherwise spent establishing contracts with clients who are not truly ready to be coached, but who may have been directed to hire a coach by their employers or someone else. "There is no reason to force it…" states Gail Nielsen, principal coach of The Move Mountains Group (http://www.extraordinarymoves.com) and author of The Control Freak's Guide™ to Living Lightly and its forthcoming sequel, The Control Freak's Guide™ to Mindful Management (http://www.controlfreakseries.com)… "People and companies that are really ready for change will find a way to make that change happen. If employers want their employees to receive coaching, sometimes the most inspiring thing is for senior managers themselves to engage in the coaching process and let other executives witness the positive changes in those individuals and in the company."
The Move Mountains Group has a free quarterly e-newsletters for executives who are feeling stressed or unfulfilled, called "The Carefree Executive." People can sign-up for it on their website (http://extraordinarymoves.com).
The Move Mountains Group invites your inquiries at: 1-800-750-3177
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