With the rise in popularity of executive coaching, you may ask yourself, “Why would I want a coach? What can a coach do for me? Athletes have coaches and that seems customary but how is it customary for an executive to have a coach? How is it different from or similar to the athletic coach?” […]
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Connecting to the mission of one’s work adds value and purpose to the work. Consider the following questions: How clear are you about your organization’s mission? How do you explain to others what you do? How do you explain why you do what you do? How does your role at work directly connect you with the […]
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A recent coaching session began with the client asking me, “How does one create a trusting workplace environment?” This leader was struggling to enter into a new position and had the goal of building trust among his team. I loved that he cared so much about this because when people experience trust in their environment […]
You begin with your coach by putting into the funnel what you want, (ex. a better workplace environment) what you have (ex. a talented team), and how you will overcome obstacles (ex. conflicting persoanlity types). Through powerful questioning around what you identified, out of […]
During a recent coaching session, a client was focusing on how to market herself as a coach. She expressed the recommended marketing steps felt uncomfortable and contrived. She described an interaction at a party where she was talking with someone telling of their challenges at work. My client felt confident she could help this person […]
In its simplest form, authenticity means being true to one’s own personality, spirit, or character. Shortly after joining a team with a strongly established culture different than my client had ever experienced or was natural to her, she was thrown off her game. Advice from former colleagues and her boss was “Keep your head down.” […]
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