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Coaching & Mentoring

Have you considered securing the services of a mentor or coach as tool for your personal and professional development. What are the benefits of coaching or mentoring, and how can you achieve the best outcome?
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Helping New Leaders Overcome Bad Habits

By Karen Schmidt

Even if you have the most enthusiastic new team leader, they are likely to fall into some bad habits. Some happen due to a lack of knowledge, others due to poor role models or changing expectations.

Leverage Your Established Relationships

By Gihan Perera

In our obsession with social media metrics - followers, likes, connections, reach, Klout, and so on - it's easy to forget that the people who will make the biggest difference to you are the small group you already have trusted relationships with. Treat them with respect and they will be more powerful than all the shallow connections at the edge of your network.

Coaching - Key To Getting THE Competitive Advantage

by Margaret Manson

Competitive advantage - the Holy Grail of business success. Is it about technology, new product development, the illusive innovation, working lean, or great marketing? What makes the difference to winning more often, is how your team performs as a whole. How do you achieve this? In a word - coaching.

What Does Being An Effective Coach REALLY Mean?

by Kimberly Mitchell

What exactly does it mean to be a "great coach"? I talk with leaders all the time who tell me that they have been coaching for many, many years and they don't need any more training on how to be a great coach. But just because you have spent many years coaching employees does not necessarily mean that you are any good at it ...

Accessing The Power Of Employee Coaching

by Profiles International

All organisations are striving to improve employee productivity in order to grow overall business performance and corporate value. Coaching employees provides counsel in real time and clearly identifies goals in the context of the employee's job. Leadership best practice tells us to coach early and often - early, to catch potential problems before they happen, and often, because continuous interest and feedback virtually guarantee better performance. How do we make the transition from once-a-year reviews and appraisals to an atmosphere of coaching?

Coaching Conversations - Leave Your Agenda Out

by Keith Rosen

There is still some confusion (and even resistance) about when it's appropriate for the manager to bring their agenda to a coaching conversation and when to park it at the door.

Top 10 Traits Of Great Coaching

by Jim Domanski

Every management or leadership position includes an element of coaching. The good coach has many of these traits. A great coach has all of them. Work at developing these traits and become a GREAT coach.

Developing The Right Mentoring Program For Your Organisation

by Kerry Feldman

There is good evidence to show that mentoring programs can deliver multiple benefits. However, programs differ and one that is perfect for another organisation may not be right for your business. So how do you develop a mentoring program that is right for you?

The 7 Myths Of Coaching

by Paul Archer

Business coaching is becoming one of the most effective business tools to improve performance, and where it works well, results can be seen within days of the coaching session. Coaching as a technique though, is full of myths. The purpose of this article is to eradicate these common myths - and show you exactly what coaching can do to improve your performance at work.

12 Step On-The-Job Sales Coaching Plan

by Sue Barrett

Development of staff through on-the-job coaching is a critical function of modern-day sales managers. Here is a 12 step approach to assist you.

Higher Profits And Productivity Through Executive Coaching

by Ricky Nowak

Executive coaching can be the conduit to empower and guide you and others to attain higher levels of profit and productivity.

Executive Coaching: A Leadership Development Tool For Top Performers

by Gayle Lantz

“Coaching” used to be a popular approach for derailing executives or professionals whose performance needed a lot of work. Got a problem? Get a coach. However, increasingly, coaching is being sought by some of the most successful executives in their field – those who want to get even better at their business game. So the new thinking is... Got a goal? Get a coach.

A Guide To Maximising Your Time In Mentoring Meetings

by David Brown

So you've got a mentoring programme in place that you're involved in, (either as a mentor or protégé). How do you go about making the most of your meetings?

Creating A Competitive Advantage Through Coaching

by Norman Schippers and Ken Carnes

Managing is to have responsibility for some aspect of execution within the business. Leading is to influence direction, action and opinion. Coaching is to inspire commitment and high performance, to stimulate creativity and to model accountability. Clearly, establishing a culture built around coaching is one way that organisations can create a powerful competitive advantage. Traditionally, however, business leaders have spent far too much time managing, some time leading and very little time coaching.

Why Coach?

by Peter Fullbrook

Research tells us that classroom training (whether it be real or virtual) is only appropriate for 15% of development needs (Rummler 1995). Not only does this cause concern about the effectiveness of training events, it also raises the tantalising question of what is appropriate if training is not?

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