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Expert Series: Coaching Military Veterans and More. Part 4 of 4

TRANSITION AND TRANSFORMATION. COACHING MILITARY VETERANS AND MORE. Foundations – Inner Force and Accountability. Part 4 of 4 Service members develop excellent life skills like leadership, teamwork, critical skills thinking, resilience and an ability to adapt to broad experiences. So will they instinctively benefit from the coaching process? Yes and No. If you’ve created the foundation […]

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Expert Series: Coaching Military Veterans and More. Part 3 of 4

TRANSITION AND TRANSFORMATION. COACHING MILITARY VETERANS AND MORE. Foundations – Attuning Deeply. Part 3 of 4 So we have looked at a few distinctions regarding working with veterans.  For the most part, they are mission-minded, mission-focused, seek a sense of camaraderie and need to feel trusted and able to trust. When I work with anyone, I’m […]

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Expert Series: Coaching Military Veterans and More. Part 2 of 4

TRANSITION AND TRANSFORMATION – COACHING MILITARY VETERANS AND MORE. Foundations –Distinctions. Part 2 of 4 As a reminder – we are examining this from a broad-stroke. Each service member is as unique as each snowflake. Even as it’s an important part of transition and transformation, many service members are NOT accustomed to experiencing deep self-reflection. They […]

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Expert Series: Coaching Military Veterans and More. Part 1 of 4

TRANSITION AND TRANSFORMATION – COACHING MILITARY VETERANS AND MORE. Foundations. Part 1 of 4 Let’s face it; you understand setting foundations for coaching relationships is crucial. I’ve coached a wide array of clients – yet coaching military veterans has tested my resolve, setting foundations – being a very sensitive, powerful practice.  I am proud to […]

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