Lore Continues to Expand Its Associate Network through a Robust Certification Process

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Lore International Institute announces its 14 newly certified coaches and faculty members. Lore instructors have coached more than 15,000 executives in the past 15 years. Its success in finding and maintaining successful coaching clients is due, in part, to its rigorous recruiting, certifying, and supporting procedures for its executive coaches and faculty.

Lore International Institute announces its 14 newly certified coaches and faculty members. Lore instructors have coached more than 15,000 executives in the past 15 years. Its success in finding and maintaining successful coaching clients is due, in part, to its rigorous recruiting, certifying, and supporting procedures for its executive coaches and faculty.

“Excellent executive coaching begins with finding exceptional people to serve as coaches,” said Dr. Terry Bacon, Lore president and CEO. “Lore employs corporate-level coaches who have undergone some of the toughest certification standards in the industry.” In fact, of the more than 200 coaches worldwide, more than 40 percent have Ph.D.s in psychology or a related field, 98 percent have a master’s degree, more than 50 percent have coached C-level executives, and nearly 40 percent have held C-level positions.

After coaches have been carefully selected, they complete a meticulous certification process that includes completing one of Lore’s 360-degree assessments and giving feedback on how they like to be coached. Lore coaches are then taught to master Lore’s Adaptive Coaching Model using the nuances of nondirective coaching and the skill of challenging executives productively by providing concrete, tangible, and specific behavioral feedback.

This Adaptive Coaching Model, developed by Bacon, allows the coach to tailor an approach to meet the needs of the coachee. Through is three dimensions of locus (directive versus nondirective), scope (programmatic versus circumstantial),and focus (specific versus holistic), Adaptive Coaching establishes the importance of adapting to clients’ coaching preferences and shows coaches how to understand what it means to work within the client’s context and to be more effective at helping clients change and develop.

“Lore offers many distinctives of our coaching services including the fact that we incorporate accountability within our coaching process. We also are extremely results focused, and have comprehensive and disciplined processes and reporting procedures. Examine our results--we incorporate breadth and depth of resources, exceptional coaches, and flexibility in working with our clients,” said Bacon.

Lore’s most recent certified coaches and faculty members are well-equipped to guide successful leaders and lead organizations through times of dynamic, often radical, change and growth. This elite group represents former Fortune 50 executives, authors, a publisher, clinicians and well-established management consultants who have experience in nearly every business field--from aerospace technology to health care, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical to IT and visual arts.

About Lore International Institute

Lore International Institute is a privately held, global executive development firm, serving the global business community. Since 1989 Lore has been providing clients with a range of professional development solutions including organizational consulting, executive coaching, executive education, and business development services. For additional information about Lore, contact Jennifer Kwiatkowski, communications manager, at 800-866-5548.

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