Everyone Is A Coach


They all think at one point or another that they are the coach. Everyone is not a coach. But the reality is that there is a whole lot of " coaching " going on in the workplace from people who have absolutely no idea what they are talking about. I''m a big sports fan.

Employee Engagement Coaching Tool: The Pyramid of Engagement

David Zinger

I am offering more coaching to people who are working with engagement in their organizations or people who want to improve how they work or develop their career. It became obvious to me very quickly that the pyramid is also a great model for coaching.

Coaching Employees: 5 Steps to Making It More Effective


The key to having self-motivated employees is effective coaching. Follow these five steps to make your coaching and feedback process more effective. Here are a few more crucial components to creating a successful coaching culture within your organization. Make sure your coaching is aligned with your company’s core values. Coaching is the key to achieving company goals. Therefore, your coaching should be based on your organization’s core values.

Part II “We Know More Than We Can Say: How to Use Tacit Knowledge

Conversation Matters

And that our role as parents is, 1) to provide as rich an experience base as we can, through such events as, travel to different environments, engagement in activities from cultural arts to sports, opportunities to try out new ideas and even to fail and learn from those failures, and 2) to offer coaching, most importantly our own, but also through competent teachers, sports coaches, counselors, etc. Coaching. Coaching can come from many quarters.

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March Madness: 6 lessons from NCAA coaches to lead your team to success


With the championship game coming up, harness some of the lessons of NCAA basketball’s unsung all-stars: the coaches. A great coach knows the fundamental skills—shooting form, boxing out , defensive stance—make a team consistently great. Leadership coaching managing teams

What Should A Recent Grad Do If He/She Hates the Job Immediately?

True Faith HR

Sadly, a 2013 college graduate writes: So I am coming to you for some advice. Find a person who might be able to providing coaching and advice about the job. I started a job on the Monday after graduation. And I can honestly say it is the most boring thing I have done in my life.

Discussion Post: Do Millennial Women Have a Better Handle On Work-Life Balance? [2013 Trends & Predictions]

Inpower Coaching

Below is our list of trends in 2013 — and what each might mean to your brand this year: 1. When it comes to their privacy, Millennials will demand to be heard even more in 2013. Look for Millennials to engage even more with their spiritual side in 2013 through online churches and social media. They are going to define a new hybrid of entrepreneurship and traditional employment even more in 2013. 2013 Trends & Predictions] appeared first on InPower Coaching.

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Creating Your Career Path: Career Resilience and Multiple Income Streams

The Bamboo Project Blog

Coaching Clients — I work with three clients currently, helping them work through marketing challenges and develop their marketing teams. . One aspect of career resilience it''s important for us to keep in mind is the need to have multiple options.

Survey: 93% of Managers Need Training on Coaching Employees


This brings us to the fifth and final finding from the survey: As organizations evaluate their performance management processes, coaching is seen as very important. . Do managers need training on how to coach employees? The evolution from boss to coach.

30 Juicy Questions to Grow Your Life in 2014--Day Thirty!

The Bamboo Project Blog

In coaching, I will ask people "What next steps could you take?" Throughout December, I asked a juicy question each day to help you plan for a healthy, resilient 2014. You can see all the questions for the month here.

Moving Out of Your Comfort Zone

The Bamboo Project Blog

A career coaching client shared this fantastic video with me on moving out of your comfort zone. It very nicely highlights the key issues we face as we deal with taking risks.

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How To Be Happy In Life And Career – The Zen Way


Be Happy Career Tips Lifestyle Tips Self-Improvement Setting Goals Stress Stress Management Work Life Balance Happy And Fulfilled Life How to be Happy How to be happy in career How to be happy in life Life Coach Spiritual Life Coaching Work-Life BalanceCan you be happy in life and career at the same time; in today’s world it seems impossible, You are no different than others.

Collective Sensemaking: How One Organization uses the Oscillation Principle

Conversation Matters

Several interviewees noted that there were tasks that benefit everyone which required attention, for example, making sure new people were integrated into the organization, writing a blog for the website, coaching interns, planning conferences.

Skill vs. Will

The Bamboo Project Blog

I also coach them on setting and keeping weekly job search goals. . . For the past several months, I''ve been meeting weekly with unemployed job seekers to help them find new jobs.

Reflections on Seth Godin and Career Resilience

The Bamboo Project Blog

. Knowing that I''ve been doing a lot of writing and thinking about career resilience , fellow career coach Scott Woodard recently pointed me to a Seth Godin post on the topic.

Recruiting When Money is NOT the Object - The Case of Dwight Howard

True Faith HR

The Los Angeles Clippers recently brought in coach Doc Rivers from the Boston Celtics in order to retain free agent star guard Chris Paul. Time for an #8ManRotation Post For the most part, firms compete for talent on the basis of salary - if you pay more than the next guy, you usually win out.

The No. 1 Reason Employers Can't Find the Right Talent

45 Things

In “ Hiring for Attitude ,” by Mark Murphy, he says that of the 20,000 new hires he tracked, 46% failed within 18 months because a majority of the time they couldn’t be coached, had low levels of emotional intelligence, were unmotivated and had the wrong temperament.

Learn 12 Secrets to Becoming a Thought Leader

David Zinger

Partially as a tribute to the great UCLA’s basketball coach John Wooden’s pyramid of success and partially because the pyramid structure created a strong, almost intuitive, visual representation of the tactical and practical requirements of full engagement.

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Creating a Culture in Which Teams and Workgroups Can Engage in Collective Sensemaking

Conversation Matters

Thus to develop a culture that supports collective sensemaking may require a role shift for managers from the more traditional “boss” role to one that is coach and convener. For teams or workgroups to be effective and competitive they must, 1) understand their customers’ requirements and the frequent changes to those requirements, 2) take action.

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There's Still Work To Do When It Comes to Firing Employees

True Faith HR

You''re Tubby Smith, head coach of the Minnesota Golden Gophers. You''re successful in your job, leading your teams to 20 win seasons in 18 of the 21 years you''ve been a head coach. Alas, being a Hall of Fame-caliber coach buys you none of that.

The Art and Science of Coaching


This initiative is highlighted in a 2013 Harvard Business Review piece by David A. The top 3 are: Is a good coach. But here I’d like to focus on that number one most important behavior—coaching. Coaching as a Business Imperative. People at Google love data.

Conversation as the Pathway to Learning

Future of Work

July 1, 2013. I think my role back then would be described today as “executive coaching,” but that term was unheard of at the time. And I’m frankly happy I wasn’t known as a Coach, because that concept carries a lot of baggage about presumed experience and expertise.

Coaching Culture: The Art and Science of Success #IndiaHRChat


It was a time to participate in #IndiaHRChat again and the topic this time was “ Coaching: The Art and Science of Success ”. Why a Culture of Coaching? A culture of coaching fosters trust, accelerates learning and builds collaboration. - – - – -.

Monitoring Employees? Big Data? The NBA Has You Beat

True Faith HR

Some coaches and GMs might want the practice data simply to check on which players work hard, and which loaf. Watching the number of keystrokes your data entry operator makes? Scouring Foursquare or Facebook place check-ins to see if employees are honestly missing work?

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Don’t Be One of Those Managers!


As a manager, you want to hear from the employee and you want to be able to coach as needed including reinforcement of key points made through the review process. Coach as appropriate and then make a point of talking to the employee periodically to do a check on progress.

Employee Engagement: Creating the Best Workplaces on Earth (Goffee/Jones – May HBR)

David Zinger

Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones wrote a May 2013 article in the Harvard Business Review on Creating the Best Workplace on Earth. Contact him today for education, speeches, consulting or coaching on engagement.

Employee Engagement: My 3 Word Theme – Spark Grow Write

David Zinger

These 3 words will govern my work from September 1, 2013 to August 31, 2014. One change in my career this year is to grow others through individual coaching. Three Word Theme for 2013/2014: Spark, Grow, Write. History of the 3-word theme.

Technology is Eating Your Job (Part 2)--For Those Who Need More Convincing

The Bamboo Project Blog

In my work over the years as a career coach, I've found that the majority of people do little to really manage their careers until they are hit by some kind of bomb. Last Friday, I wrote about how technology is eating your job.

We'll Never Get Selection Right.Reason #247

True Faith HR

Shouted at receivers coach Shawn Jefferson on the sidelines. • If you wonder why I continually write about sports and HR, take the trials and tribulations of former Detroit Lions 2nd round pick, Titus Young.

Employee Engagement Friday Factoid #26: Eight Elements for Change Work

David Zinger

David Zinger is a global employee engagement expert who in 2013 has already done engagement work in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Berlin, Prague and New York. Contact him today for education, speeches, consulting or coaching on engagement. 8 is Enough for Change.

How to Figure Out What an Interviewer is Thinking

45 Things

Carol Kinsey Goman, a business coach and expert on non-verbal communication, agrees. An interview can be a nerve-wracking experience. The job seeker feels pressure to answer questions and make a good impression.

Employee Engagement: Why are You Working Here?

David Zinger

David Zinger is a global employee engagement expert who in 2013 has already done engagement work in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Berlin, Prague and New York. Contact him today for education, speeches, consulting or coaching on engagement. When work isn’t working.

What’s Your Strategy as a New Manager?

Inpower Coaching

Check out the tools and resources in the InPower Coaching Career Center as well as the InPower Coaching EQ at Work and Soft Skills Research Index. appeared first on InPower Coaching.

Employee Engagement is not working even though it is about working

David Zinger

As John Wooden, the fantastic UCLA basketball coach said, “don’t let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.” Engage: Go small, be good.

Gallup says managers from hell are costing you billions


Coach managers and help them understand why employee engagement is essential to business success—and hold them accountable. To read more about employee engagement and the manager’s role in driving business success, check out the 2013 Guide to Recognition. 20 Jun 2013.

Employer adds yoga, dance and fun to retain workers

45 Things

But she says that leadership also is serious about coaching and mentoring staff. As part of the 25th year celebration, the staff is doing "25 acts of kindness" that includes helping coach children to enter the Special Olympics or making goodies for local firefighters.

10 Building Blocks: What is Your Deeper Why of Employee Engagement?

David Zinger

I offer keynotes, speeches, classes, workshops, courses, books, writing, consulting, and coaching to help others discover and act upon the 10 building blocks of engagement and good work. The why of working.