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Identify and Adjust … An Example

By Pete Liska https://www.linkedin.com/in/peteliska/ In my previous blog, I discussed several personality types and what the Center for Coaching Certification (CCC) teaches in their Certified Professional Coach (CPC) program.  I will share some examples here so we can see the … Read more

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Understanding Your Client

By Pete Liska https://www.linkedin.com/in/peteliska/ When coaching, you are asking many questions to keep your client moving forward, moving towards something.  If you don’t understand your client, how can you help him or her move forward?  As a coach, listening deeply … Read more

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Listening

By Pete Liska https://www.linkedin.com/in/peteliska/ What is the difference between not really listening and listening with intention?  During my coaching certification as part of my homework, I experimented during a conversation with both utilizing and not utilizing listening skills and this … Read more

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Listen Intentionally

By Pete Liska https://www.linkedin.com/in/peteliska/ With and when intentionally listening, the focus is on the speaker, not the listener.  The ideal goal is to concentrate on what others, or clients are saying.  This means moving past your own similar experiences and … Read more

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When It Is Time for Feedback

by Linda Clark www.executivechameleon.com Have an elephant in the room?  The quiet fear of feedback. If you asked a room of 200 professionals, “How much training have you received about feedback in your career?” you might be surprised at the … Read more

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Career Game Plans

by Julie Kratz www.NextPivotPoint.com Research shows that when we have a plan, our chances of achieving career success are 80% higher.  Those that set goals for themselves achieve higher rates of success in their careers.  Knowing what we want, and … Read more

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Crossroads of Manager, Trainer, and Coach

by Kaleen Barbera  www.linkedin.com/in/kaleenbarbera I think we all agree that we strive to be the best, most effective version of ourselves when it comes to any role we fulfill, personally or professionally.  Many of us do that through academic study, … Read more

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The Journey to Become a Coach

by Cathy Liska https://www.linkedin.com/in/cathyliska Coaching is more than an up and coming profession – coaching is a way of being.  Coaching as a way of being means a positive, proactive attitude and approach to people, conversations, and challenges. While many … Read more

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Review How Coaching is Unique

Consider all the various service-based professionals: attorneys, financial planners, doctors, mental health professionals, human resource professionals, trainers, educators, and consultants to name some.  In each case these professionals are the experts and the services they provide are based on their … Read more

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Review of Positive versus Negative

In many different fields having negative people call attention to certain facts or factors can be helpful.  At the same time being negative means focusing on problems, speaking in a way that limits or lacks confidence, and being a naysayer. … Read more

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