September 22, 2015

Creating Coaching Relationships

Almost Everyone Benefits from Coaching 


As pointed out in Creating Passion-Driven Teams, the overarching purpose of a coaching relationship is to “build a better you.”

Business SuccessWhat is coaching? Here are three definitions we like:

From the International Coaching Federation:

“Partnering in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires people to maximize their personal and professional potential.”

From James Flaherty, author of “Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others”:

“Consultants give you answers, Coaches ask you questions.”

From Susan Biro, a professional Coach: 

“Coaching is a relationship designed to help you:
1) clearly define your goals and dreams,
2) uncover the obstacles and self-imposed limitations that stand in your way to success, and
3) get you into action to start to create the results you are seeking.”

Want to investigate coaching?  We are connected with some of the best coaches in the world.   Contact us and let us know of your interest.   We’ll provide a complimentary interivew, and if you like, we can connect you with a coach.

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The following links are listed for your convenience only. None of the resources listed are officially recommended by Dan Bobinski or Leadership Development, Inc.  (all links open in new windows): Coach University   International Coach Federation  Success Unlimited Network    Coaches Training Institute