Making a coaching agreement is strange and difficult. Here’s Why! (Podcast #65)

Making a coaching agreement is strange and difficult. Here’s Why! (Podcast #65)

“What would be a good outcome of our conversation today?” While this type of question is common in meetings to get an alignment of agendas, it feels less usual when we use it in a ‘normal’ conversation. Yet, it is one of the most essential and hardest things to pull off when we want to coach well: making a strong agreement! In this episode, we will talk about some reasons why new coaches find it so tough to get good at this!

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If your coaching is too simple, here is how to level up (Podcast #63)

If your coaching is too simple, here is how to level up (Podcast #63)

It’s not difficult for any Leader to learn the very basics of coaching, i.e. to hold back your solutions and give the other person a chance to talk and develop something themselves. Yet, when all we do is to ask: ‘What would YOU do?’ or ‘What is your idea?’, things will get bland, predictable very quickly. This is just the very basics of coaching. In this episode I share what it means to take your coaching to an entirely different level.

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How to get the Question behind the Question (Podcast #61)

How to get the Question behind the Question (Podcast #61)

In this article we showcase a coaching style that is highly effective, yet typically not mastered by a Leader Coach who has not undergone training. We discuss coaching the PERSON, vs coaching the PROBLEM. When people learn about the difference, it often creates a loud AHA moment, followed by ‘How can I accomplish it?’ Let’s have a first look at some examples in this episode.

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Coach the Person, not the Problem (Podcast #60)

Coach the Person, not the Problem (Podcast #60)

In this article we showcase a coaching style that is highly effective, yet typically not mastered by a Leader Coach who has not undergone training. We discuss coaching the PERSON, vs coaching the PROBLEM. When people learn about the difference, it often creates a loud AHA moment, followed by ‘How can I accomplish it?’ Let’s have a first look at some examples in this episode.

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