What the world’s most influential leaders know is that the secret to achieving that effectiveness is becoming coachable. And in order to do so, one must be ready to engage in the process of betterment, starting with investing in yourself in order to give the most back to your organization, team, and the world. That’s where executive coaching comes in. Imbued with decades of experience at the highest echelons of the industry, Becoming Coachable guides readers through the ins and outs of a successful coaching experience. The authors—two veteran coaching experts along with the world’s #1 executive coach, Marshall Goldsmith—identify key leadership archetypes and unpack the intricacies of a typical engagement. Join IOC's executive director, Jeffrey Hull, as he interviews Jacquelyn Lane and Scott Osman as they demystify the coaching relationship and outline a framework that hinges on the openness integral to reaping the most from such an experience.
Jacquelyn Lane is the president of the 100 Coaches Agency and co-designer of their proprietary curation process and relationship-first philosophy. She has been with the agency since its founding and is a critical pillar of the 100 Coaches Community. Jacquelyn comes to the world of executive coaching through her previous roles in the energy industry and lifelong commitment to improving the lives of all people by elevating the quality of leadership.
Scott Osman is the founder and CEO of the 100 Coaches Agency and co-designer of their proprietary curation process and the company’s relationship-first philosophy. In his role as CEO, he establishes the vision for the company, leads partnerships and business development, and serves as a leading light of the 100 Coaches Community, which he co-founded with Marshall in 2016. He is the co-founder of Methods by 100 Coaches, the online learning platform.
The IOC is a global community of coaches.