Leadership Coaching




Vadim Kotelnikov

Coaching is a question-based enlightening, inspirational and energizing process by a coach to orient a player to the realities of a situation and to help the player achieve desired goals.

Vadim Kotelnikov, founder of 1000ventures - personal logo VadiK

Inventor Business e-Coach

Author Innoball

Founder Innompic Games icon



Key Benefits of Executive Coaching

Coaching helps you:

▪ Identify and maximize your business ideas and opportunities

▪ Get clarity

▪ Understand yourself and your desires

▪ Set stretch goals

▪ Be challenged and creative

▪ Stay focused and keep on track




Today, corporate leaders must be coached on a regular basis. Constant, rapid and unpredictable change require high flexibility in leadership.

The pressure on managers and employees is increasing. In these turbulent times, coaches help managers refine their stretch goals and strategies, reassess their assumptions, and develop their leadership style. Goal and competence orientation are keys to successful coaching.


12 Leadership Roles

Results-based Leadership

Leadership Development

Motivational Coaching

GROW Model




Coaching is not consulting and it is not supposed to enter into that established domain of professional activity.


Ask Learning SWOT Questions





Coaching executive leaders involves doing each of the following four steps with professional competence and consistency:


Basic Components of Coaching




① Learning specifically what will it take to help your clients to be winners in their own right.


Benefits of Coaching

Skill/Will Matrix




Developing yourself to be who you need to be to assist your clients in achieving theirs stretch goals.



GROW Model




③ Assisting your clients to identify and define their specific goals and organize and energize themselves to achieve these goals.


Ask/Tell Repertoire

Instant Pay-off Coaching




Communicating what you do in such a way that it builds the confidence and trust so that your clients allow you to work with them on behalf of their own success.


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