Michael Whatmore, CMC

Professional Business Coach

Executive Coaching San Francisco (ECSF) is here to Help you re-discover your passion and commitment to succeed in business

Leadership happens when you think, create, and make choices with confidence and ease. Whether you’re a senior executive, CEO or emerging entrepreneur, you motivate others because you believe in yourself and in the power of your team to engage with your clients. And nothing beats the power and effectiveness of having your own executive coach, helping you navigate the challenging waters of today’s business world. Even the best, most seasoned pros need help seeing the forest from the trees. You are a C-level executive, business owner, manager, independent professional or human resource specialist. You and your team are smart and capable, yet sometimes you don’t leverage opportunities, even when they’re right in front of you. A seasoned business and executive coach can be more objective and help you discover new ways of looking at a situation.

As a seasoned career manager and entrepreneur, Michael has sat in many senior management positions that have consistently drawn on his innate talent and his training as a mentor and a coach. He has a reputation for being a forward-thinking leader, managing teams to new heights through incremental improvement methods—practices that have kept his organizations vital and forward moving.

Michael’s long history in leadership training has led to countless business successes which provide a powerful base for his current client coaching.

Where is your pain?

Achieve success – There are four elements critical to your business success: Vision, Mission, Purpose, and Strategy. Once properly in place (and in balance), you’ll get results faster and with less stress.

Unlock your greater skill set – The capacity for change exists within each of us as individuals. Discover how to establish insightful thinking for your team and guide them to generate fresh ideas.

Get the results you need – Michael’s expertise in several dozen business coaching tools and training formats has helped him successfully coach hundreds of clients. His support can help you soar and get beyond unrealistic fears.

Be held accountable – A well-timed K.I.T.A., delivered by an experienced Executive Coach like Michael, can help you stay on track for the results you want to reach.

Avoid becoming a statistic – Michael can help you successfully negotiate the pitfalls of business. You’ll gain a refreshing perspective by working with someone who has himself experienced sleepless nights and wrestled with employee layoffs—a practiced manager who understands risk.

Invest in your personal success by working with a trusted ally, Michael Whatmore, executive coach.

Michael Whatmore is a San Francisco Bay Area accredited coach, facilitator, trainer, and motivational speaker. With a calm and compassionate approach, his individualized coaching programs, training seminars and public speaking packages transform lives – and organizations. Whether you are a senior executive, CEO or entrepreneur you will find Michael’s approach to be refreshing and transformative. Read what some of Michael’s clients are saying about his business and executive coaching style. You may also be interested in reading these case studies.

Contact Michael Whatmore today. Become the confident, smart business leader you were meant to be:

Email: jmw@michaelwhatmore.com or call (650) 444-5881

So You’ve Been Told You Need A Coach. Now What?

“I think its time for you to consider getting a professional coach.”
Hearing these words from a colleague, friend or senior executive in your business can feel like having the floor taken out from beneath your feet.

“I Can’t Afford A Coach,” And Other Excuses

I can’t afford to hire a coach. I don’t have time to sit around and talk for an hour. An outsider won’t really understand my situation. Those who can, do; those who can’t, coach. People are good at making excuses to avoid making change. We are so good at this self-talk that we can come to believe it ourselves.

When Organizations Should Revisit Their Vision Statements

Marks and Spencer, one of the UK’s largest retailers, was founded in 1895 with the simple vision of being “The standard against which all others are measured.” This vision has carried M&S through over a century of global change and technological development to international success.Today they employ more than 80,000 people around the world, with 900 stores in the United Kingdom.

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