Coaches' Coach, Eric Dombach

Build a High-Performing Team with the Five Behaviors®

About Us

Eric Dombach
Eric Dombach, Master Business and Executive Coach, Five Behaviors® expert

Are you ready to build a high-performing team and workplace?

Meet Eric Dombach: award-winning, master business and executive coach, best-selling author of The Million Dollar Business Coaching Firm, and founder of Coaches’ Coach: a global network of hundreds of business and executive coaches serving main-street and middle-market firms on 5 continents.

Since 2001, Eric and his team of business and executive coaches have served 1000’s of companies worldwide, creating high-performing teams and fun workplaces.

Whether you know exactly what you and your team need or you’re just starting to explore your options, we can collaborate with you to create a Five Behaviors® program that meets your business goals and expectations.

Testimonials For Coaches' Coach

  • The training Eric Dombach has packaged up at is the most sophisticated system for how to guide a business leader toward building a healthy, sustainable, and profitable company that I’ve ever experienced.

    David Robertson CEO and Lead Business Coach Growthpoint Coaching, Inc.
  • As a result of working with Coaches’ Coach, my annual billings have grown about 350% and I’ve gained a real sense of confidence and greater enjoyment in business.

    Graham Mitchell Founder, Grow Business Coaching, South Africa


  • The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team®

    Help team members learn to work together effectively and become a highly cohesive team.

    This assessment-based learning experience harnesses the power of DiSC and the clarity and simplicity of Patrick Lencioni’s The Five Dysfunctions of a Team model to help intact teams and work groups form into cohesive, highly productive teams.

    Learner Takeaways:
    - Build productive, high-functioning teams that make better, faster decisions.
    - Tap into the skills and opinions of all members and put an end to politics, confusion and destructive conflict.
    - Stop wasting time and energy talking about the wrong issues and revisiting the same topics over and over again because of a lack of team buy-in.
    - Create a competitive advantage and have more fun at work!