The Next Big Trend Recently, I received an urgent call from an executive coach who needed to hire a coach supervisor for himself in order to be qualified to put his name forward for a potential cadre of coaches for a major global corporate client’s request for proposal (RFP). Corporate buyers of executive and […]
You As Team Coach Going beyond the surface to create coaching partnerships “But my clients…” All too often I hear this refrain from coach practitioners who are engaged by organizations to partner with leaders and teams as an explanation for not coaching. The sentence is finished in a variety of ways: “But my clients say […]
You As Team Coach This article was written by Pam Van Dyke, PhD, PCC and originally appeared in choice, the magazine of professional coaching. Coaching teams in today’s corporations As organizations have become more and more knowledgeable about coaching, they have become more involved in the what, who and how of coaching. This change […]
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.