Dr. Cherry A. Collier

The Difference Between a Coach and a Problem Solver

There is a big difference between being a coach and becoming a problem solver, though the two terms seem to be interchangeable. You are either a coach or a problem solver, and these two roles in life lead to two different paths to success. So what is the difference between the two? To understand this, we must start off by learning the roles acted by a coach and a problem solver.

Dr. Cherry

Dr. Cherry Collier Ph.D. in Social/Organizational Psychology from UGA. Master Certified Coach (MCC) through the ICF and a Master Certified Coach and Trainer of NLP (MCNLP), Certified Mediator and Denison Culture Certified Consultant. Author of Move Out of Your Own Way and a 100+ book series The Science and Art, a collection of best selling books on the science of human behavior and success being used as reference for leaders, executives, managers and coaches from a variety of industries and professions. Professor of Coaching for the last 6 years at a University. Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Business School of a University. Over 5,000 hours helping with clients and coaches get massive results. Over 15 years serving as a mentor coach. Published scholar and has mentored Ph.D. and MBA learners. Founding Member of Coachville. Certified in various assessments Disc, MBTI and more