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Coaching Core Competencies

Ethics 101-Listen

By Michael J. Marx More than any other skill, listening is an absolute pre-requisite for being a good coach. If you cannot wait to say

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Delayed Gratification

In the 1960s, a Stanford professor named Walter Mischel began conducting a series of psychological studies now known as the marshmallow studies. During his experiments,

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Loneliness in Coaching

Coaching can be lonely for many solopreneur, work from home coaches.  You live at home and you work at home, without much interaction with others,

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The Art of Listening

Establishing trust…active listening…powerful questioning. As coaches, these are each competencies we aim to implement with our clients. And we’re usually affirmed by their effectiveness when

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Business of Coaching

Hospitality in Coaching

When you hear the word “hospitality”, what comes to mind?  For most of us it’s an immediate image of welcoming someone into our home.  Maybe

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Business of Coaching

The Coaching Mindset

As coaches, we know that how a client thinks has a significant impact on how the client behaves.  The client’s assumptions, beliefs, and convictions act

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