“In consulting, you’re a subject matter expert, and provide solutions based on your expertise. The consultant is the hero. In coaching, you’re a process expert who serves the client and the client’s agenda within a coaching process or framework. You use your background and expertise in coaching to inform your questions. In coaching, the client is the hero.”
Sheryl Lyons is Founder & President of CultureSpark, a Houston-based firm with a focus on improving company culture. As both a Certified Master Coach and Culture Consultant, Lyons is familiar with the similarities between the two, and what separates them.
Improved Relationships with Direct Reports and Supervisors
Increased Job Satisfaction
Increased Organizational Strength and Commitment
Return on Coaching Investment