Coaching is a process that aims to improve our performance and focuses on the present rather than on the distant past or future.
Fundamentally, the coach helps the individual to improve their own performance: in other words, helps them to learn.
This month we’re looking at how to coach and how to be coached.
Coaching applies to us all and it’s becoming increasingly common for discussions between a boss and subordinate. However, many have found that such conversations can become awkward – these tips look at how to coach someone with more experience than yourself.
Our aim is always to make reuse mainstream and give you the tools and tips to help you do just that. To help we’re delivering regular regional workshops. This blog isn’t just about why you should come to these workshops but widen the scope and give you reasons to go to any relevant event or workshop.
These five tips will help make your next conference experience simply the best. Speakers and attendees can come from all over the world and attend conferences to share and discuss the latest industry trends, governmental regulations, ideas and insights. An essential part of any coaching regime!
Becoming successful in your own right is undoubtedly excellent; however you can achieve real fulfilment when you can use your skills to help someone else achieve their dreams. Through helping someone achieve their goals, you get a similar but more powerful result yourself. These six skills are designed to help you do just that.
Tips to find a fabulous mentor
many people I struggle in their approach to find a suitable mentor, and may end up frustrated, disappointed, angry or confused. Check out these tips to make sure you find the mentor that will suit you.
Have you found these tips and tools useful? Do you have any you'd like to share with us?
Do you know someone who might benefit from giving one of them a go?
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