WEEKLY BLOG TIPS TO STRENGTHEN YOUR RELATIONSHIPS, YOUR WORK, YOUR INFLUENCE, AND YOUR WORLD.
Many new or less experienced coaches approach their sessions with fear or concern about how things might unfold. Coaches might worry about whether they will know the right things to say or the right questions to ask. To calm these fears, a focus on clarifying, understanding, and fully establishing the coaching agreement sets the stage for success and puts the coach’s fears to rest.
This may be the right time for you to work with a coach to identify and achieve your own personal or professional goals.
Three simple questions can help you immediately refocus, reflect and reset your leadership approach.
You feel stuck where you are and cannot move forward. But a slump is a temporary condition that keeps you from thinking, feeling and acting. Although you may feel this one way for the moment, settling into these thoughts and feelings for the long haul only makes them harder to overcome.
Consider four great ways to prepare for career diversification or changes.