Jordan Job — December 12, 2018 Follow @jordanjob — December 12, 2018 Many Agile coaches and Scrum Masters believe they know best. They believe teams must follow a certain set of steps and do things a certain way, and if they do, those teams will be more productive, happy, and successful than ever. There’s a … Continue reading One Shocking Thing Many Agile Coaches Are Getting Wrong
Colleen McKenna — May 14, 2018 Follow @Colleen_Intero — May 14, 2018 rawpixel / Pixabay “I probably would not still be working this hard if it wasn’t for Sydney. Please let her know how much I appreciate her work.” I receive these types of follow-up messages quite frequently and am always grateful for our clients … Continue reading Coaches Help Catapult Your Results and Success
Jon Anderson — January 12, 2018 — January 12, 2018 geralt / Pixabay As an executive coach, you’re an expert at helping top businesspeople reach their full potential. You have an abundance of knowledge to share with the C-Suite, and you’re confident in your abilities to help executives succeed. But, you may not be quite … Continue reading 5 Social Media Tips for Executive Coaches
Betsy Kent — October 10, 2017 Follow @bevisible — October 10, 2017 Shutterstock Thinking back to the first time I heard someone refer to another person as his or her coach, I was very confused. I happened to be watching a talk show where a famous singer was discussing her dieting habits with the host. … Continue reading Are There Too Many Coaches Out There?
by John Nemo Follow @JohnNemoPRSeptember 29, 2016 This LinkedIn feature has seen a 240 percent spike in usage, making it even easier to engage your ideal prospects on the network. LinkedIn recently revealed a spate of new products and features, from a brand-new desktop redesign to online training offerings to how its news feed will … Continue reading Why LinkedIn Just Got Way More Valuable for Coaches and Consultants
by Paul Keijzer Follow @Paul_KeijzerSeptember 20, 2016 Exploiting the full potential of talent isn’t an easy or quick process. It requires patience, commitment, dedication, and a lot of counseling, among several other things. And for all this, you need coaches and mentors to help guide and steer individuals towards the exploitation of their greatness that’s … Continue reading Coaches and Mentors – When To Be One?
Tom BuchheimAugust 16, 2015 Coaches and college administrators who impose social media bans are failing their student-athletes. Social media is a learning lab for anyone willing to dedicate time, attention and passion to it. Name the interest, and you can find and learn from people, content and events shared across today’s platforms. So why do … Continue reading Coaches Who Impose Social Media Bans Miss The Mark
Business.com January 1, 2015 “Running a football team is no different than running any other kind of organization…some of us will do our jobs well and some will not, but we will all be judged on one thing: the result.”– Vince Lombardi It’s the fourth quarter and the clock is running with 0:58 left … Continue reading What Football Coaches Can Teach CEOs