London, UK (PRWEB) January 26, 2007
A leading life coach in the UK is giving away free coaching sessions to anyone on the planet to mark International Coaching Week 2007, which runs from February 4th to February 10th.
Launched by the International Coaching Federation, International Coaching Week is all about showing the public the real value of coaching, letting people know what coaches really do and giving them the chance to experience it first hand. "Coaching is about bringing out the best in people, and everyone should be able to have a shot at that," says coach Steve Errey. "That's why I want to celebrate Coaching Week by offering great coaching for free to anyone on the planet who wants it."
Coaching is an industry with explosive growth, and is seen everywhere from the GMTV sofa to the highest powered board rooms in the world. Newsweek magazine has their own take on coaching: "They're part therapist, part consultant -- and they sure know how to succeed", while Industry Week says: "The benefits of coaching appear to win over even the most cynical client within just a few weeks."
"There are so many misconceptions about coaching," says Errey, "and showing people that it's based in the real world and gets real-world results is what the industry needs right now. Celebrating International Coaching Week by giving people free access to a coach is a fantastic way to make that happen. Bring it on!"
For more information contact:
Steve Errey on +44 (0)845 644 3001, email or visit http://www.steveerrey.com/press-media.htm.
- Steve Errey is one of the UK's leading coaches and specialises in helping professional thirtysomethings find personal success. Fully trained and accredited with hundreds of clients since 2002, Steve also has a string of press and media appearances to his name.
- For further details about the International Coaching Week offer visit http://www.steveerrey.com/coach-week.htm.
- For further information about the International Coaching Federation, the organisation who sets standards for the industry and seeks to preserve the integrity of coaching right around the globe, visit http://www.coachfederation.org.