A Coaching Challenge

I invite you to take my Challenge, and eliminate three words from your vocabulary. Should is a very demeaning word. When using should with someone or with yourself, it is an aggressive tactic. When you tell someone they should or should not have said or done...

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Assessments in Coaching

As a coach you have many tools at your disposal. Armed with a Coaching Model; well-honed listening skills; the ability to ask direct, open-ended, insightful questions; and a natural curiosity you are able to help your clients by getting to the heart of their concerns....

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Coaching a Winning Career

Do you have clients who are struggling with their careers? There are times in all of our careers when we are at a crossroads. Some of us actively seek our next step, while others wait for the next step to come to them. If you believe you can have a career that brings...

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On Change and Transition

There are things we don't want to happen, but have to accept; things we don't want to know, but have to learn; people we can't live without, but have to let go. And some things we can get ready for only after they've already happened. The change is the event. The...

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Reaction = Reality

by Jennifer Powers, CTA Mentor Coach You are not in control of everything. That’s right. Contrary to popular belief, you cannot control everything that goes on around you. The economy will crash, people will say and do things that make you upset, clients will come and...

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Success Strategies for Coaching Professionals

by Dave Krueger M.D. Coaching is only beginning to be discovered by professionals in legal, financial, medical, and architectural arenas. These practicing professionals tend to be highly and specifically trained at what they do, think rigorously and want active...

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