|Date||7 June 2023|
|Time||12:00-13:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
|Price||£35 Incl VAT (FREE to Coaching Centre Members)|
Alex will share his journey on how he scaled up to a six-figure business in a few years. An array of topics will be covered: What does it really take to be a successful professional coach? What steps did Alex take to become a leading coach? What can you expect as a newly qualified coach? Alex will also be touching on one of his passions in the coaching field – how to track and communicate the return on investment (ROI) of your coaching practice.
Alex Kergall is co-founder and CEO of high-performance coaching agency Altior, the business he built while working full-time as Director and Financial Controller for the National Basketball Association (NBA), alongside running his own coaching practice.
Labelled one of London’s top coaches by Influence Digest and the recipient of the Innovative Executive Coach of the Year award, Alex also sits on the Forbes Coaches Council and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health. His clients range from high velocity scale-up businesses to world-class athletes and his mission is to support changemakers in actualising and amplifying their positive impact in the world.
Mentored by former NBA player and psychologist John Amaechi, Alex developed the Global Performance Index (GPI) tool charting 50 markers of self-performance, to create a snapshot of potential and ensure clients have clarity around the ROI of their coaching. He is passionate about playing a part in making the transformational power of coaching available where it can be truly life-changing, and is in talks with partners to facilitate an initiative to support ex-offenders. He is also an advocate of Qigong, a mind–body–spirit practice that improves mental and physical health, and restores energetic balance – Alec sees alignment and a state of true wellbeing as the ultimate objective.
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