PHOENIX, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, March 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — A coach's job is to push you and maybe make you feel a little uncomfortable. It’s only in those uncomfortable moments that we can grow and change and fulfill our potential.
Deborah Bateman is an inspiring coach, author and highly sought-after public speaker. Deborah is President of Deborah Bateman LLC, a professional coaching and consulting organization, where she serves as a professional and certified leadership and executive coach.
“My approach to coaching is that I believe the answers to your unanswered questions reside within you,” says Deborah. “I really see our relationship being one involving exploration, discovery, and growth. This is all about moving forward with a real clear vision of where you want to go and what you want to do.”
Deborah has enjoyed a long and distinguished career in banking. She is currently vice-chairman at National Bank of Arizona. Through her own journey of self-discovery, she recognized she’d spent her entire career coaching and mentor individuals to recognize their potential.
“The fulfillment, the gratification that I would feel in helping those people be successful was so much greater than anything else that I was doing,” says Deborah. “Ultimately what I decided to do was take my financial services career on a part-time basis and focus on doing what I believe is my gift, what I'm here to do.”
Deborah considers helping others a core value and her purpose.
“I'll go so far as to it's my legacy. I believe that by helping others recognize their potential and live a full life with healthy relationships we can make the world a better place. I get to be a part of initiating that ripple effect, helping others to first recognize who they are, what their potential is, and then reaching out to help even more people.”
Deborah describes her clients as high-performing individuals that have encountered an obstacle in their life. It could be a transition. It could be they've reached a pinnacle in their career and they’re wondering if this is all there is.
“We go back and explore truly who they are, what their gifts are, and what their core values are and put together what I call a "campaign,” explains Deborah. “It's a well-rounded campaign to address those issues and move forward toward creating the life that they deserve.”
It all starts with knowing yourself. Deborah is a Hogan-certified coach. The Hogan assessment measures a person's strength and determines whether those strengths are overused to a point where they become faults. It also helps determine where weaknesses and vulnerabilities may lie, and what you need to work on based on what is important to you.
“When I recognize that I've been able to support and help others move forward or be successful, that's the payment back to me,” says Deborah. “I'm proud of the life that I've created for myself. I know what I want, I know what's important to me. I am truly living the life that I've dreamed of. You can too.”
CUTV News Radio will feature Deborah Bateman in an interview with Jim Masters on March 15th at 2pm EST.
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For more information on Deborah Bateman, visit http://www.deborahbateman.com.
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