According to the ICF Global Coaching Study 2020, 30% of coaches survey identify as Leadership Coaches and the number of managers/leaders using coaching skills is estimated to have risen by +46% since 2015.

Become a Leadership Coach

Developing People, Teams and Organisations

Leadership coaches work with clients in a range of settings as in house coaches within organisations, as external contractors delivering staff development programs and as independent executive or CEO coaches working either face to face or via phone. With your background and prior experience you can coach executives within a particular industry, coach individuals or coach groups.  If you are coaching by phone you can be located anywhere in the world and take your business with you as you travel. Executive and leadership coaching is an incredibly rewarding career that can get you out of the rat race and into a career where you can help to develop great leaders, teams and organisations.

As a leadership coach you will work with people on a range of issues. But no matter what leadership coaching niche you choose you will most likely be working with clients on some of the following issues:

- workplace relationship challenges

- stress & overwhelm

- clarifying company vision & direction

- work life balance issues

- blue sky thinking

- organisational change

Leadership Coaching is a broad niche with many specialities

Leadership coaching is often the prefered coaching area for people who have worked in the corporate environment and includes literally hundreds of coaching niches. Some of these include:

- Sales Coaching

- Real Estate Agent Coaching

- Customer Service Coaching

- Professional Development Coaching


Download Program Syllabus

Download the Syllabus to compare program hours, inclusions, credential pathways and certification options.   All program are ICF Accredited, with the best program for you being the one that best matches your coaching goals, budget and timeframe for completion.