Considering how much organizations pay for the services of executive coaches, it might be
expected that the relationship between them would be a partnership, aimed at providing the best possible support for the client. While in some cases, this is undoubtedly true, a more general picture – as revealed in a Linked-In discussion group I recently initiated – appears to be one of more transactional relationships, with the executive coach treated as a commodity supplier.

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