For many of us, our ultimate goal is to become a masterful coach so that when we are working with our clients (employees, colleagues, team members), we feel capable, confident and connected not just to the person we are coaching but to our intuition. So, what are the 5 habits that create that...LEARN MORE
Could This Be the Reason Your Coaching Business Hasn’t Arrived Yet? Your mindset. It’s true. The make or break factors in coaching...LEARN MORE
For many of us, our ultimate goal is to become a masterful coach so that when we are working with our clients (employees, colleagues, team...LEARN MORE
Excerpt from “Why Employee Performance Reviews Are Getting Sacked” By Jill Martin, BBC Business reporter What have you done this...LEARN MORE
Excerpt from “The Coach in the Operating Room” by Atul Gawande, a surgeon and public-health researcher, and a New Yorker staff...LEARN MORE
As coaches, we talk a lot about the “red flags” we hear from our clients – the things they might say, do, or even not say...LEARN MORE
….and What to Do to Stay Where You Don’t Want to Be By David Krueger, MD Change is not simple. Why do we repeat behavior that doesn’t...LEARN MORE
Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other’s eyes for an instant? —Henry David Thoreau How can you...LEARN MORE
Over-delivery can be strategic, such as amping up the quality of your free offers or loading up a paid program with juicy bonuses. But chronic...LEARN MORE
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[Andrew Carnegie] had taken into his business one young man after another, many of them with but little schooling, and by coaching them in the use of this formula, developed in them rare leadership. Moreover, his coaching made fortunes for everyone of them who followed his instructions.
It’s liberating to know I can apply the principles learned without giving up my own creative signature (approach) in the process.
As a consultant, achieving this “coaching state-of-mind” has gone against my natural instincts as I’ve been programmed to give advice. The Human Capital Coaching program has allowed for me to become a much better listener and focus on what my client is truly expressing instead of how I would like t…
Asked for a conservative estimate of the monetary payoff from the coaching they got, managers described an average return of more than $100,000, or about six times what the coaching had cost their companies.
I expected support and encouragement, but not at this high level. It has been very rewarding.
There is no more inspiring community than that grown over the last decade at CTA. Coaches whose own path to success is being fueled everyday by the exploration, growth, and inspiration of their students and clients. It’s human development at its very best.
“My greatest takeaway was developing the ability to “ask better questions, having a model in my head that allows me to better structure my conversations, asking powerful questions.”
It was really helpful to practice the coaching sessions, and to have others provide feedback. It’s tough to learn something and then never get to really use it in a way where you can get real-time, meaningful feedback.
My greatest takeaway was developing the ability to ask better questions, having a model in my head that allows me to better structure my conversations, asking powerful questions.
Life presents many coachable moments, both professionally and otherwise. It has strengthened relationships, made me more aware of opportunities to coach.