80. Follow Consulting With Action
Action is eloquence.
Scott has been practicing law for more than 20 years, had his own law firm for 17 years, and even owned another law firm, which he sold during that time. He has also had up to 15 employees, and coached other lawyers and executives.
He states: There’s no question in my mind that it is one thing to be a coach, another thing to be in the role of the CEO. I think the perspective of being the one in the hot seat, so to speak, is extremely valuable. Having been both roles, I have coached and been coached, I know a coach can be absolutely invaluable to the person in the hot seat. But you can bring in the world’s greatest coach and if the person in the hot seat still chooses, for whatever ...