by Bartosz Zieleznik

Coaching has recently become a crucial area in strategic business development. An increasing number of companies hire coaches to boost  performance of their key employees, increase their motivation and help them deal with personal issues. In the last few years we have seen many leading international corporations introduce coaching on all levels of their organisation.

But what really makes a good business coach? Career coach, Bartosz Zieleźnik takes a look at the key habits that most profoundly increase the effectiveness of successful business coaches.

Source: iCN Issue 2 (Business Coaching); pages 48-51

About Bartosz Zieleznik

Bartosz Zieleznik is an international career coach. He specialises in helping people achieve work-life balance through unlocking their true creative potential. He is a leader of Noble Manhattan’s Coaching Support Group in Poznan and a founder of the Global Coaching Lab – an international coaching think tank. Before becoming a coach, Bartosz had been working for 5 years as a teacher and soft skills trainer in a corporate environment. He also held the position of Editor-in-Chief of a bimonthly nationwide magazine and worked as a project manager.