A consultant is usually an expert or a professional in a specific field and has extensive knowledge of the subject matter. A consultant usually works for a consultancy firm or is self-employed, and engages with multiple and changing clients. Thus, clients have access to deeper levels of expertise than would be feasible for them to retain in-house and may purchase only as much service from the outside consultant as desired.

A coach will focus on an existing issue or a specific outcome that the individual wishes to achieve. In both cases, the coach aims to stimulate the coachee to work on certain weak areas so they can reach the desired improvements. Coaches will generally check that the specific learning can be successfully re-applied by the coachee, to deal with other issues in the future.

The structure and methodologies of coaching are numerous with one unifying feature; coaching approaches are predominantly facilitative in style, that is to say, that the coach is mainly asking questions and challenging the coachee.​​


Power Coaching And Consulting takes a measurable, outcome-based approach to all of its engagements.

We believe executive  coaching directly impacts your company’s bottom line results. With reduced turnover, increased engagement, and stronger performance you’ll easily maximize the return on investment in your most talented people. A executive coaching program will help develop your high-potential people, build a leadership pipeline and increase the company’s bench strength.

Our program delivers tangible results by combining:

  1. Specific coaching objectives with
  2. Measurable action plans and
  3. Definite timeframes.

Executive coaching clients learn how to:

  1. Communicate clearly with peers, subordinates, bosses, clients, and customers
  2. Successfully navigate company politics and use political strategies to their benefit.
  3. Fine-tune their strategic thinking, communication, decision-making, and public speaking skills
  4. Evaluate risks, weigh alternatives and find timely, practical answers to business problems

We have some of the top executive coaches in the world on our team and can match you with the right person. Schedule an appointment and lets get started. 

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What is the Cost?

In the HBR Research Report “What Can Coaches Do for You?” by Diane Coutu and Carol Kaufman there is a survey of fees, asked of coaches in the U.S. and the UK. "Compensation rates vary widely though most are clustered between $500 and $725 per hour."

We have some of the top executive coaches in the world from the on our team and in our network. All packages include 4 one hour phone (or in person) conversations a month for three months. Additionally, you receive email access to your coach, free e-books, and written assessments. If we travel to you, there will be an additional cost. Investment for Executive Coaching: $10,000 for 3 Months (12 sessions). If we have to reach into our network to find the right coach the cost may change. 

People looking for a session or two of coaching rarely get the satisfaction they need and deserve; therefore we do not offer this as a service.