How to Be a Coach with Others

Set your agenda aside, and get yourself “out of the way” so others can grow and own their progress and accomplishments.

Act with the intention to create an environment of trust and collaborative relationships with others.

Promote discover rather than providing solutions for others.

Listen like you have never listened before.

Encourage and request others to grow rather than stand still or wait for others to tell them what to do.

Use the power of language to help people make dramatic shifts in their attitudes, skills, and behaviors.

Manage your own attitude and do not allow negativity to change it.

Make big requests of others.

Live your life and do your job as a model of your own high standards.

Continually acknowledge and endorse others for who they are and for what they’ve achieved personally and organizationally.

By | 2017-01-20T01:01:23+00:00 November 22nd, 2013|coaching|Comments Off on How to Be a Coach with Others

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