In this four part series, we’ll explore three of the aspects that it takes to be an effective Mentor Coach: the language that an effective Mentor uses, the focus for each session and the “who” in the mentoring sessions.
What I loved about doing this series is that I was able to write from personal experience. It’s been a great ride and when you read to the end, you’ll see some of the added opportunities I was not expecting and that are available to you too.
In the previous editions of this series we asked you to choose what work you will let someone else handle.
In the part 1 of this series (click here to read previous editions) we talked about who are you, what help do you need, and what is your business?
Doing it What it Takes to Build A Great Team Part 1 of 4: Who Are You, What Help Do You Need AND What is Your Business? I am a successful businessperson that continues to learn from my past wins and losses. In recent years I have been the primary business owner and main operational […]
I’m writing to invite you to a very special live Masterclass workshop that Josh Turner is hosting this week about generating leads.