I would like to become an organisational coach, but am still in my twenties – am I too young?

When it comes to age and experience, everything is relative. However, there will be some clients who prefer an older, more experienced coach. We generally find that people who have a related degree and at least five years corporate experience do well in the course, and as a coach. Without at least one of these traits, you may find it difficult to have the confidence and gravitas necessary to coach at more senior levels. Of course, if you start gaining experience as an executive coach when you are young and continue practicing your coaching skills, you will become even more experienced as you get older. It comes down to how soon you want to go out on your own as an executive coach " it may take longer for you to build a client base, as you will have more limitations on who you can work with initially.