Coaching was once the purview of either the most powerful leaders or those in hot water. Now it’s a tool for all CEOs looking to better themselves.

Megan O’Connor, the cofounder and CEO of education startup Clark, got her first taste of professional coaching when she joined the Human Ventures startup studio. “Sometimes you do these things because you think you’re supposed to,” O’Connor says, “like getting a coach, or listening to the Reid Hoffman podcast.”

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