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This Coach It Out podcast aims to provide background on the Coach It Out blog posts.
A blog post can provide a lot of information. The thoughts in a blog post can be outlined in various ways – through tips, lists, concepts, and links to other resources, among other things.
But what isn’t captured in a blog post is the tone and the urgency of the message. You can try and convey it through writing, but hearing the tone along with additional information and real world examples not included in the post can help drive home the lessons and insights of the post. That’s what this particular podcast series will do for you.
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Episode 0: Introduction to Coach It Out Quickshots
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“...skills like relationship building, adaptability, attention to detail and listening required..." The #bluecollar work I did as a teenager, working in a hotel and a factory, contributed the most to my #workethic today. #life #leadership #careers #work cnbc.com/2021/03/06/hos…
How has your immediate #work environment, #business, or #company proactively reviewed and assessed how it does and carries out business? How should the priorities of an #organization evolve? How are they out there proving it? #coaching #life #covid19 fastcompany.com/90607469/8-ch…
Psychological safety should be run-of-the-mill humanity. There should be no difference between how someone is treated in their duties versus outside of their roles, where there are no titles, hierarchies, or chains of command? #work #leadership #coaching fastcompany.com/90604528/why-…
How aware are you to what you might be doing wrong by your #team and stakeholders? The only thing worse than a #badleader is someone who experiences one, complains about them, & becomes one themselves later. #coaching #executivecoaching #organizations boredpanda.com/leaving-job-ex…
One of my favorites. These are the kinds of books that should be recommended reading for high school students. Thank you for the recommendation years ago, Amy. I highly recommend the book and would love to have a discussion on…lnkd.in/eRXDaFD lnkd.in/e5VjUgv
#COVID19 has slowed down #life with lockdowns & less outings & commuting becoming our norm. But listen to what your body is telling you. Don't push through blindly. Closing your eyes & pushing through to burnout gets you nothing. #mentalhealth #leaders theladders.com/career-advice/…
When it comes to priming someone for a #management or supervisory spot, how have you seen your organization's #leadership decide who to promote to the next level? What factors do they take into account? #Communication #Coaching #ProfessionalDevelopment lnkd.in/eQh3wqP
Some leaders expect the best outcome without providing the best foundation for their #workers, #workplace, or #organization. We need to balance our #vision for later with the right tools to realize it today. #leadership #coaching #leadershipcoaching entrepreneur.com/article/3633…
With these new COVID-19 variants out there, how much longer will things stay the way they are now, with most people #WFH in a virtual #workplace? How do we make sure the #motivation remains high? #leadership #leader #boss #supervisor #manager #mindset inc.com/martin-zwillin…
Most specialists can’t come in dictating how they’ll fix something, not studying the environment. With our titles comes great responsibility and the need for #curiosity, #respect, #courtesy, and #trust. Being a know-it-all is dangerous AND off-putting. fastcompany.com/90597654/why-…
Regardless of which side of the relationship you fall on, mentorship is so important to both the mentee AND the mentor. Whether you're looking to mentor someone or find a mentor for yourself, considering applying to the mentorship program at American Ma…lnkd.in/ePAJucx
Where do you stand in your path of #leadership, especially when it comes to celebrating others (even those to whom you've served as a #mentor, #supervisor, #manager)? Rare is the #leader who works to encourage and celebrate the best in others. inc.com/scott-miller/h…
Here's the squishy stuff again. We need to own our #emotions. How do you address what you feel at work? Yes, we can't be completely honest right away, 100% of the time -- I know. But suppressing it is more trouble than it's worth. #EI #EQ #Leadership psypost.org/2021/01/new-ps…