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Beyond sports, what does it mean to be a coach? How can teachers be coaches?
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The 9 Traits That Define Great Leadership

The 9 Traits That Define Great Leadership | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it
To motivate your team to achieve the highest levels of performance (and create an extraordinary organization in the process), here are the qualities you should model every day.

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Teaching the teachers - Stamford Advocate

Teaching the teachers - Stamford Advocate | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it
Teaching the teachersStamford AdvocateSantasiero is one of 15 literacy coaches in the city's 20 schools, and a key ...
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Perception and Understanding (Self-Coaching and Self-Awareness) (Ed Batista)

Perception and Understanding (Self-Coaching and Self-Awareness) (Ed Batista) | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it
"The intellectual life of man consists almost wholly in his substituting a conceptual order for the perceptual order in which his experience originally comes." William James, Some Problems of Philosophy, 1910 James biographer Robert Richardson has...
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Stop Barking up the Wrong Tree | Coaching Leaders

Stop Barking up the Wrong Tree | Coaching Leaders | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it
Leaders who work to extend their influence are barking up the wrong tree. John Maxwell said, “Leadership is influence.” But, gaining influence isn’t about working to get it; it’s about connecting.
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THOUGHTS: A Minute With John Maxwell, Free Coaching Video

http://JohnMaxwellTeam.com - Join the John Maxwell Team, receive free daily coaching videos from John C. Maxwell. John is an internationally recognized leade...
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Internet Network Marketing: Coaching and Mentoring Secrets To ...

Internet Network Marketing: Coaching and Mentoring Secrets To ... | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it
If you're a beginner who is overwhelmed with online networking, then coaching and mentoring can help you. Having the right coach or mentor by your side will help you determine your course or path towards success.
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#Leadership The 4 Decision Styles: When to Involve Others in Decisions | by @JesseLynStoner

#Leadership The 4 Decision Styles: When to Involve Others in Decisions | by @JesseLynStoner | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it

You face countless decisions each day and must determine which to make on your own and when to involve others. This is true no matter what your role or level, whether you are CEO, a project leader, or a team member. How do you know when to involve others in decisions?


Most people are guided by personal preference. Some people are decisive by nature or action-oriented. They would rather not to get bogged down by involving others if they can avoid it. Others are collaborative by nature and prefer dialogue and consensus decision-making.


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The Difference Between Teaching and Coaching | From the Field

The Difference Between Teaching and Coaching | From the Field | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it
Periodically, we like to give you a look behind the curtain at an internal staff blog curated by PPI's technical assistance program.
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Brandy Sowers's curator insight, April 3, 2014 12:31 AM

The emphasis of player development, instead of winning is a hard concept to grasp. Like stated in the article, it's easy for coaches to be overwhelmed with just trying to win. I believe that focusing on fundamentals, no matter what the sport, is essential for every team/coach/player. Coaches who provide their players with the fundamentals should allow them to grow based off of what they've learned, and avoid over-coaching. Over-coaching is almost a step backwards. If you're constantly telling athletes what to do, then they'll become dependent, which doesn't help them develop as an athlete or as a person.

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Group Coaching | The Revolutionary Club

Group Coaching | The Revolutionary Club | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it
Do you feel guilty for not loving what you do? Or you are afraid of leaving a job where you feel comfortable, and...
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The Discipline of Listening

The Discipline of Listening | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it
As the up-and-coming vice president and CEO candidate for a Fortune 500 technology corporation sat before the CEO for his annual review, he was baffled to discover that the feedback from his peers, customers, direct reports, and particularly from...
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Teaching the Teachers - LoanSafe

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Teaching the TeachersLoanSafe(MCT) -- Literacy coach Sarah Santasiero walked quickly through the wide ...
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Why Pay for Coaching? - Your Empowered Self

Why Pay for Coaching? - Your Empowered Self | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it
Why Pay for Coaching? - At one time or another, everyone experiences a bump or a pothole in the road of life.   I be...
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Coaching the Sale: Discover the Power of Coaching to Increase ...

Coaching the Sale: Discover the Power of Coaching to Increase ... | Instructional Coaches | Scoop.it
Author: Tim Ursiny,Tim Ursiny,Tim Ursiny,Tim Ursiny,Tim Ursiny,Gary DeMossGary DeMossGary DeMossGary DeMossG Language: English Publisher: Sourcebooks.
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