We’ve all seen them. They are frightening if not pitiful, expressionless shades of humanity that walk through the workplace mindlessly. They are driven solely by the need to survive; automatons that only report to their jobs each day in order to p...
You’ve actually been dancing since you were able to stand. Think about that cute little bounce babies delight in doing. Dance is an inherent and important part of our human experience, even for those who’ve forgotten, who claim to have two left feet.
In Tango, connection is sensing each other. The follower “reads” the intention of the leader. The leader reacts to the follower’s readiness to move. The basis for connection is the quality of your attention. The same is true for building rapport in coaching.
In Part 1 of this series, we talked about “being yourself” as a key ingredient in setting a climate of rapport. When you are authentic and comfortable with who you are, you invite others to do the same with you.
How you interact with your clients in the first couple of sessions with them sets the tone for the entire coaching relationship. That's why building rapport with new clients is so important, so you can get them on board and sustain the relationship.
Logistics and practical tips are NOT the central issue in time management for coaches. There are plenty of other time management experts who’ll teach you which digital planning system to use, how to batch your tasks, and how to track your time to me more productive...
As much as we hate to think about it, adversity is a part of life! Everyone will experience challenges and difficulties throughout their lives, but when you learn how to deal with and overcome adversity, it can make an even greater, more positive impact!