Executive coaching means guiding an executive based on his professional needs in order to develop his potential and skills.
International Coach Federation
Laurent Tylski is an executive and manager coach. He guides CEOs, executive committee members, executives and managers for companies from 20 to 45.000 employees.
Specialized in leadership and management, he intervenes for personal and group guidance on the long run.
As a true professional, free in his practice coach bringing integrity and confidentiality forward, he is able to both win the trust of executives and confront them in a very positive way.
Laurent intervenes on a European and international level, as a bilingual speaker in both French and English. He is referenced as an executive coach in several international groups, as well as public and parapublic organizations.
His perception of coaching is often received by the media and the professional press.
He is the CEO of the Counselling and Coaching Practice Acteo Consulting, www.acteo.fr, and a member of the International Coach Federation, www.coachfederation.fr. He also speaks at conferences on an international level, on themes such as Leadership, management and motivation, www.conferencier.eu.com
Individual coaching for executives, CEOs and managers
- Allowing your leaders to increase their contribution
- Stregthening each one’s added value
- Giving an individual guidance to executives, CEOs and managers
The Executive Coach develops your co-workers’ skills in order to develop and speed-up your results.
Thanks to expert coaches, Acteo Consulting guides individuals from the economic world through their personal development or the important moments of their careers.
Executive coaching occurs during a change of position, or while confronting a strong issue.
Our coaches are seniors and have a strong experience in guiding men in the strengthening of their professional skills:
- 15-year experience in guiding executives, sales representatives and CEOs
- Individual management experiences in international structures
- Executive coaching
- Coach training in international coaching schools
- Bilingual in French and English
- Coaching intervention in France and abroad
Choosing your coach
How to choose your coach?
The coach must be chosen based above all else on the trust that exists between him and the coachee. It is an essential element of coaching. The résumé in itself and the communication skills are not enough in choosing a good coach. Don’t hesitate to meet at least three professionals and to ask them questions about their training and their work methods.
- The corporate coach must have a significant professional experience. He must be a renowned school or a university graduate, come from the business world, and occupied a leading position. The executive and manager coach must at least have worked in renowned companies and be able to understand the essential elements of business management.
- Having dealt with a PNL is an advantage, an international experience allows a more global vision.
- The coach must have undertaken a reflexion on himself (training sessions for personal development, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis), and be able to deal with at least three coaching tools (Process Communication Management, PNL, Transactional Analysis, systemic approach…).
- His specificity must be observed. Is the coach a confronting type? Does he have any reference in the line of business? Does he know about the coachee’s environment? The coach’s values must also be addressed in order to validate the equation according to the coachee’s needs and values.
- Any coach must have been trained in a renowned coaching school: l’Académie de coaching, HEC, Transformance, International Mozaic, Médiat-coaching…
- He must be approved by a professional organization whose deontology charter he has adopted: – la Société française de coaching (SFcoach) : www.sfcoach.org – l’International Coach Federation (ICF) : www.coachfederation.fr – l’Association européenne de coaching (AEC) : www.aecoaching.eu – le Syndicat des organismes de conseil (Syntec).
- As any counselling occupation, the coach must be supervized on a regular basis, by a peer whose contact details he can provide.
- Coaching is his unique (or main) activity, et he must have an experience of several years.
- During the first meeting, he must address his future mission in a methodical way, and commit to secrecy.
- At last, secrecy is an unavoidable element. The coach can never divulge any information, to anyone.