A no-nonsense leader is asked to add coaching to her list of duties. She turns to the coach who’d coached her for a quick immersion course.
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During the episode, Tom and Laurel mentioned Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When the Stakes are High. A great skill-building resource.
This episode lives in three categories in the Podcast Library:
Perception – How you Perceive Others
Five related episodes you might listen to are:
132 – Coaching Your People
91 – Facilitating Open Dialogue
155 – The Human Element
83 – Leadership and Listening
26 – Questions as Leadership
You can explore more ideas about coaching your people on Dave Stachowiak’s Coaching For Leaders podcast. Episode 190: How to Improve Your Coaching Skills.
Tom raved about Dave’s conversation with Connson Locke. That’s on Coaching for Leadership, Episode 546: How to Speak Up.
Catch Tom answering coaching questions on the Unlocking Leadership – Ask the Coaches podcast.
How To Build Executive Presence
How to Become a Strategic Thinker
Rebuilding Engagement prior to Restructuring, Can an Executive Coach Help?
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