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Entries tagged with: Coaching

9 May 2011

Rachel recommends Tell Me About Yourself: Storytelling to Get Jobs and Propel Your Career by Katharine Hansen, Ph.D. When it comes to an effective job search, everyone has a story to tell. 



Coaches in the Real World

10 October 2011

Rachel read Atul Gawande's article, Personal Best, from the October 3rd issue of The New Yorker for a fresh explanation of the power of coaching to hone professional skills. Bonus feature: she got a glimpse of some leading-edge work happening right here at home.



How to Listen Even When You Don’t Understand

5 June 2012

Allison read a blog post by her brother, the Reverend George Linney, about his recent Boston Marathon experience and was reminded about an important but often difficult part of being a good listener and truly helping someone feel heard.



Get Better Results by Talking to Yourself Out Loud

11 July 2017

Allison read The Benefits of Talking to Yourself by Kristin Wong and learned that self-coaching can be improved if you talk to yourself out loud.



Two Important Questions Can Help You Decide if You’re Ready to Change

27 November 2018

Barbara read Peter Bregman’s If You Want to Get Better at Something, Ask Yourself These Two Questions and faced head on that discomfort is a necessary part of change.



What Is a Coach?

9 July 2019

Eden read Coaching for Performance: Growing Human Potential and Purpose by John Whitmore and learned the difference between instructing and coaching.



Self-Coaching Lessons from My Nephew

14 September 2021

Allison admired her nephew’s approach to self-coaching and recommitted her efforts to help herself make progress on her own goals.



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