Several soft skills are required of VISCONTI executive coaches:


People skills

For VISCONTI, people are at the heart of the company. The VISCONTI business executive coach must adhere to a vision of success combining both humanism and performance.


The VISCONTI executive coach must have respect and empathy for his/her leader clients and should not make any value judgements. VISCONTI executive coaches are challengers, catalysts, but not “makers” or lesson-givers. VISCONTI executive coaches bring VISCONTI values.


In-house, the VISCONTI executive coach must have a strong sense of the collective. VISCONTI has a collective vision of its development as VISCONTI is not a group of self-employed freelancers.

Cross-disciplinary experience


A VISCONTI executive coach must have been a Managing Director of a company or an entity of a large group, mastering these key following functions: Sales, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources.


To be able to work with any type of business leader in any type of sector, we seek generalists rather than leading experts in their field.


The VISCONTI executive coach must be ready to collaborate in diverse sized structures, including large international groups.



A VISCONTI executive coach provide support to business leaders. Therefore, he/she must have a real sense of service, i.e. they must remain available to answer any question, respond to any emergency, listen, remain discreet, formalise, document and act quickly.


The executive coach, although accompanied himself in-house, manages his/her own client portfolio and is his/her leader clients’ single point of contact.


Therefore, the nature of this relationship requires both autonomy and maturity.

Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work


Want to become a VISCONTI executive coach? Contact us!



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