Downey launches low-cost automated eCoaching

How can you roll out inexpensive coaching to the masses or develop clients into geniuses? Myles Downey believes he has, or will have, the answers. The founder of the School of Coaching, which he left two years ago having sold it in 2009 to Texas-headquartered JMJ Associates, believes it’s time coaching was made available to a wider group of people. So he has developed low-cost automated (coach-free) online coaching called the eCoaching system. He is also launching the Enabling Genius Project to create a body of knowledge encompassing the best research into human potential and excellence, and the tools and […]

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