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How Gender Affects Coaching

How Gender Affects Coaching

Robert Holmes November 20, 2015 0

Men and women have different physiology, biochemistry and a spectrum of neurology from F-Brain to M-brain, each with its own nuances. Coaches should understand these in order to work with the individual more effectively.

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The Science of Work-Life Balance Coaching

The Science of Work-Life Balance Coaching

Robert Holmes November 15, 2015 0

Work-life balance is important for our clients to achieve because the “life” part of the equation is the support environment for the “work” part

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Gold Rush Coaching Supervision

Gold Rush Coaching Supervision

Vikki Brock November 7, 2015 0

This article explores the potential for detrimental consequences and inappropriateness of imposing mandatory 'supervision' on coaching practitioners, versus the established mentor coach approach

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Issue One: Teaching Leaders to Stop

Issue One: Teaching Leaders to Stop

Marshall Goldsmith October 2, 2015 0

We do not spend enough time teaching leaders what to stop. Half of the leaders I have met don’t need to learn what to do. They need to learn what to stop

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Teaching Leaders to Stop Saying “That is Great BUT”

Teaching Leaders to Stop Saying “That is Great BUT”

Marshall Goldsmith October 2, 2015 0

The higher up you go in your organization, the more you need to make other people winners and not make your job about winning yourself

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Teaching Leaders to Stop Using “No, But, However”

Teaching Leaders to Stop Using “No, But, However”

Marshall Goldsmith October 2, 2015 0

An easy habit for people who like to win to fall into, and a surefire shortcut for killing conversations, is to start a sentence with “no,” “but,” or “however”

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Teaching Leaders to Stop Making Destructive Comments

Teaching Leaders to Stop Making Destructive Comments

Marshall Goldsmith October 2, 2015 0

I’m a little skeptical of self-diagnosis. Most people tend to overestimate their strengths and overrate their weaknesses

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Teaching Leaders to Stop Playing Favorites

Teaching Leaders to Stop Playing Favorites

Marshall Goldsmith October 2, 2015 0

The higher up you go in the organization, the more your problems are behavioral. You’re smart, you’re up-to-date, you know the technical aspects of your job, but often you may lack some important people

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Teaching Leaders to Stop Adding Too Much Value

Teaching Leaders to Stop Adding Too Much Value

Marshall Goldsmith October 2, 2015 0

It is extremely difficult for successful people to listen to other people tell them something that they already know without communicating somehow that (a) they already knew it and (b) they know a better

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The Two Essential Energies in Modern Coaching and Why They Need Each Other

The Two Essential Energies in Modern Coaching and Why They Need Each Other

Steve Mitten September 21, 2015 0

Professional coaching is a relatively young calling. It’s still evolving. Since the early days of what we might refer to as modern coaching, there has been an ongoing dance between the energies of purism

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