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Month: June 2015

How Coaching Works: A Public Sector Case Study

Bob McCulloch

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Coaching is a process during which the relationship between coach and client grows in…

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Here’s The Single Most Important Trait People Who Benefit From Coaching Share

Bob McCulloch

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Some proverbs are so timeworn that they have become clichés – and no less…

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Case Study: A Team of Coaches, Coaching a Team

David Swain

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Take a group of random people and ask them to complete a task together,…

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Are You Sure This is Going to Work? The Counterintuitive Approach to Team Coaching

David Swain

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There are times when our approach to team coaching may seem counterintuitive; our prescription…

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Do You Need to Broaden Your Perspective to See the Bigger Picture?

Bob McCulloch

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Imagine a 1,000-piece puzzle that you are tasked with putting together. Simple, really. A…

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Helping Clients Through Their Decision-Making Process

David Swain

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A recent client called on us for help with some of the major issues…

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Gaining Traction with Your Strategy

Bob McCulloch

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Case Study: The Balanced Scorecard In the early 1990s, Robert S. Kaplan and David…

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