When I ask the question – who is your ideal client? What I hear, after the long thoughtful pause, is “I don’t really know who my ideal client is” or “I want to help everyone.” Even considering the idea of having to say no to some clients in order to focus on others can be incredibly uncomfortable.
The thing about us coaches is many of us are optimists. We sincerely want to support many, many people and it may feel selfish, or that we are missing out, if we have to choose.
Kids have anxious thoughts all the time… “I’m going to fail math and never get into college.” “I’m totally screwing up this speech right now, and everyone knows it.” “What if I don’t get asked to the dance? I’ll be humiliated for...
Business is not a sport. But great coaching is just as important to success in the office as on the field. Over the years, HBR has interviewed some of the world’s top athletic coaches. We mined our archives for a few of their best insights that apply to employees and players alike.
By: Robert Stamboliev A harmless joke from a client to ease the tension, the sarcastic joke from a client, in an attempt to feel superior, the cynical joke full of black humour that betrays someone’s hopeless perspective … Humour knows many fa [...]
Photo by Andrew Nguyen Followers receive very little fanfare. In a culture obsessed with leaders, we think of follower’s role as submitting, taking direction, and dutifully executing the leader’s will.
"Capita di sbagliare in ufficio, a casa, con gli amici e bisogna poi chiedere scusa. Alle volte si fa fatica, ma assumersi questo tipo di responsabilità è necessario sia per se stessi che per gli altri..."
"Ci sono volte in ufficio, a casa, nella vita in generale in cui si sbaglia e bisogna chiedere scusa. Alle volte si fa fatica, ma ammettere di aver sbagliato o prendersi una responsabilità va fatto certe volte."
Quello di “performance” è un concetto assai famigliare a qualunque manager e raggiungere la "peak performance" è un obiettivo di molti.
Claudia Crescenzi's insight:
Quello di “performance” è un concetto assai famigliare a qualunque manager, anzi a qualunque persona che lavori in azienda e si confronti quotidianamente con obiettivi da raggiungere e strumenti di misurazione del lavoro fatto e da fare.
"The first step is to recognize coaching for what it is: a fantastic opportunity for growth, development, self-insight, and career progression – and an endorsement that the company is willing to invest in you."
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