Post Tag: coaching

Multiplication Always Surprises Me!

I just returned from helping to lead a leadership training event in South Africa with good friends and partners, and again, I’m surprised by how easy it is to encourage and help others! The room was full of 40 leaders

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FAT People Make The Best Volunteers

With the start of the new year many of us are trying to shed the fat. But when it comes to finding volunteers for our organizations, FAT is the new skinny. Find FAT people! Say it with me: “Find FAT people! Find FAT

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I Need To Be Consistent

I was writing a tip sheet today about how Coaching Groups need to be CONSISTENT and it got me thinking about how I struggle with being consistent on a daily basis.  Do you? *This morning, the alarm sounded early, and I

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7 Options for Retirees

I saw this article in the USA Today newspaper by Nanci Hellmich, and wanted to comment on it. The article talks about 7 different paths retirees can take with their future.  Here they are: #1)  Life of LEISURE:  Hobbies, sports,

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Effectiveness Made Simple

Ken Blanchard and Robert Lorber said in the book, Putting the One Minute Manager to Work, “People who produce good results feel good about themselves.” Blanchard goes on to share that an effective leader will make it a priority to

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Who Will Follow You? The Importance of Succession Planning

Most of us are so busy with the day-to-day operation of our organization, that we give very little thought to what will happen when we leave.  This is a major question that needs to be addressed, and most of us

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Basic Coaching Habit #7: Be Flexible

  34 Leaders from 10 countries joined together for four days and developed these “Basic Coaching Habits for anyone asked to be a “coach”.  When coaching someone, we must: #6)  Be Flexible.  Things will not always go as we expect

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Basic Coaching Habit #5: Create a Safe Place

34 Leaders from 10 countries joined together for four days and developed these “Basic Coaching Habits for anyone asked to be a “coach”.  When coaching someone, we must: #5)  Create a Safe Place.  We need to make sure we do

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Basic Coaching Habit #1: Listen with Grace

34 Leaders from 10 countries joined together for four days and developed these “Basic Coaching Habits” for anyone asked to be a “coach”.  When coaching someone, we must: #1)  Listen with Grace.  We need to be willing to listen to

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What Makes Me Tick

The older I get, the more I learn about myself. When I was younger, I thought that if I had enough confidence and if I worked hard enough, I could do anything I wanted to do. As I get older,

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