Dave Brock — October 1, 2017 Follow @davidabrock — October 1, 2017 realworkhard / Pixabay I just read some really bad advice from a really smart individual, “Managers spend too much time on their bottom performers, they need to focus on their top and middle performers.” The explanation went on that time invested in bottom … Continue reading Bad Advice: Focus Your Coaching On Your Top Performers!
Jason Carney — August 22, 2017 Follow @WorkSmartPEO — August 22, 2017 niekverlaan / Pixabay Getting promoted to a new managerial position is an exciting time. While gaining additional responsibilities and moving up the corporate ladder is exhilarating, it’s also a time to take a step back and consider what it’s going to take to … Continue reading 4 Tips for Making the Transition from Manager to Coach
Beata Staszkow — July 17, 2017 — July 17, 2017 KristopherK / Pixabay CEOs are generally under enormous pressure to produce. Shareholders among others are demanding, and as such many CEOs are pushed every hour of every day. There is little time for reflection or taking stock, and keeping track of how the organisation moves … Continue reading CEO Coaching Improves Your Performance
Carrie Majewski — July 11, 2017 Follow @Carrie_Majewski — July 11, 2017 PublicDomainPictures / Pixabay A few years ago, I believed in the power of mentors—of scouring the land for the brightest, most passionate, exceedingly selfless mentors who could impart pearls of career wisdom. As the best-selling business books and keynoters all contend: find mentors, … Continue reading Stop Looking for Mentors: Instead, Find Strong Partnerships
Paul Keijzer — July 8, 2017 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — July 8, 2017 Being an entrepreneur, owning your own business and being your own boss is a dream we all wish to make a reality. There’s no doubt to the fact that it’s exciting, exhilarating and fun to create something from scratch. A business that’s your … Continue reading 5 Reasons Everyone Should Have A Mentor
Dave Brock — June 21, 2017 Follow @davidabrock — June 21, 2017 KristopherK / Pixabay Many people focus on coaching to their people’s strengths. The argument is that it’s far easier to get people to improve the things they are good at then to focus on reducing their weaknesses. To some degree, I get the … Continue reading Should We Be Coaching Only To Our People’s Strengths?
Dave Brock — June 12, 2017 Follow @davidabrock— June 12, 2017 I posed a question on LinkedIn, “Can we self coach?” The responses are interesting and, for the most part, thoughtful. Paul Lanigan made a comment that neatly sums up my thinking: “The whole idea of a coach is to shine a light on what … Continue reading Can We Self Coach?
Michael Heller — January 30, 2017 — January 30, 2017 Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance . It’s helping them to learn rather than teaching them. – Author, Tim Gallwey Performance coaching levels the playing field. The concept is defined as an ongoing process which helps build and maintain effective … Continue reading 5 Payoffs of Effective Performance Coaching
Dave Schoenbeck — October 27, 2016 Follow @daveschoenbeck— October 27, 2016 Being coachable is the key to growing and achieving the life you want, both personally and professionally. Yet the truth is not everyone is willing to change or has the drive to progress. In other words, one needs to either possess or build certain … Continue reading Are You Coachable?
by Warren Knight Follow @warrenknightOctober 21, 2016 Since leaving the corporate world of working with Disney, New Look, and Walmart, I have focused my last 8 years on SMEs and through this process I’ve built 3 technology companies and helped educate 1000s of business owners, either through my workshops/courses or on a 1-1 basis. I … Continue reading Coaching vs Mentoring: What’s The Difference?