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Jefferson Welch

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www.coachinc.com, 2 Dec 2006 [cached]
Jeff Welsh, CCU Student - A seasoned CEO with a background in architecture, investment management, and construction. For the past six years has been an Executive Advisor with The Center for Executive Options.
Coaching to the Couch
www.melissathornton.com, 1 Dec 2002 [cached]
"In coaching assignments, personal issues arise that are not entirely business-related but are behavioral traits that affect outcomes for the better or worse," explains Jefferson Welch, a coach with the Center for Executive Options in Pasadena, Calif.
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The problem, says Welch, is that many of an executive's rewards are extrinsic-a corporate jet, for example, or visiting with foreign heads of state-while he or she may yearn for something intrinsic.
While working with the CEO of a large food services corporation, Welch learned that the executive and his wife valued their work with charitable organizations most. So with Welch's encouragement, they established a foundation. Similarly, when the departing CEO of a large energy company worried about having to give up his perks, Welch helped him identify internal rewards that were more compelling. The CEO ended up spending time with a family member who was dying of cancer. The experience was so profound, says Welch, that the executive never returned to work, even though he hadn't reached retirement age.
Affiliated with the Professionals in Human Resources Association
www.pihrafoundation.org, 26 Oct 2004 [cached]
Jefferson Welch Center for Exec. Options, Inc.Phone: 626-817-6403 jwelch@ceo-home.com
October 1999 Newsletter Arizona Chapter of FEI
www.feiaz.org, 1 Oct 1999 [cached]
Also on the evening's agenda is our Technical Session, presented by Jefferson Welch, an executive advisor for the Center for Executive Options.
Chief Executive - The e-Network for CEOs
www.chiefexecutive.net, 1 Dec 2002 [cached]
"In coaching assignments, personal issues arise that are not entirely business-related but are behavioral traits that affect outcomes for the better or worse," explains Jefferson Welch, a coach with the Center for Executive Options in Pasadena, Calif.
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The problem, says Welch, is that many of an executive's rewards are extrinsic-a corporate jet, for example, or visiting with foreign heads of state-while he or she may yearn for something intrinsic.
While working with the CEO of a large food services corporation, Welch learned that the executive and his wife valued their work with charitable organizations most.So with Welch's encouragement, they established a foundation.Similarly, when the departing CEO of a large energy company worried about having to give up his perks, Welch helped him identify internal rewards that were more compelling.The CEO ended up spending time with a family member who was dying of cancer.The experience was so profound, says Welch, that the executive never returned to work, even though he hadn't reached retirement age.
In fact, retirement counseling has emerged as an important area for executive coaches."We need to help the CEO get a compelling sense of his future so he can transition out of the CEO role," says LeaderSource's Cashman."We help them move on from a retirement planning standpoint-not financial, but life planning."Among other things, Cashman helps CEOs select corporate board assignments to enable them to keep a hand in business.
Even aspiring CEOs seek coachingIn other cases, executives seek coaching before they reach the corner office.
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