Coaching style of leadership is the most powerful way to fully engage the power and creativity of your team. In this video, we share some ways to improve performance and reduce stress by using the power of choice and control. If you are looking for a full course on how to effectively coach your team members, check out our online course from http://www.LeadershipMentor.com called Coaching Skills For Emerging Leaders. http://www.SupervisorTrainingCourse.com
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Our topic today is from the Leadership style series with an examination of the “Coaching Style” and this film segment is from Up in the Air, a 2009 American comedy-drama film directed by Jason Reitman and written by Reitman and Sheldon Turner, The story is centered on corporate "downsizer" Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) and his travels. Anna Kendrick stars as Natalie Keener, a young and ambitious new hire, promoting a program designed to cut costs by conducting layoffs via videoconferencing. Ryan is skeptical of Anna’s approach and mentors her by introducing her to the realities of the world of corporate outsourcing.
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Susanne Madsen leadership coach at https://www.projectmanager.com/training?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=support&utm_campaign=growmodel shows what the grow model is and how it will help with managing your project work.
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Leadership coach Susanne Madsen helps leaders define their unique leadership style. Try our Award-Winning PM Software for free: https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=WhatIsYourLeadershipStyle
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Leadership coaching is a highly effective way of accelerating your development as a leader. But it also requires a significant investment of time and money. So how do you know if your investment is worthwhile? Gregg Thompson shares 10 characteristics of great leadership coaching. Gregg Thompson is a facilitator, coach and speaker with a passion for developing the greatness in individuals and organizations. He is the author of several books, including Unleashed: Leader As Coach. As president of Bluepoint Leadership Development, he leads a talented group of worldwide professionals who design and deliver challenging educational experiences that accelerate the natural development of leaders.
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The job of the leader is to get things done by leading others to success. today I want to talk to you about how you can use 5 different leadership styles to inspire your team to deliver their peak performance. http://bit.ly/2q6ZLWG Click the link above to discover your areas of strengths as a leader so that you can leverage them to increase the success of your team. 50% OFF my brand new leadership course, "Think Like a Leader:" http://bit.ly/leader-styles-discount “Leadership is the ability to get extraordinary achievement from ordinary people.” @BrianTracy (Click to tweet: http://ctt.ec/16dbd) ___________________ Learn more: Subscribe to my channel for free offers, tips and more! YouTube: http://ow.ly/ScHSb Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BrianTracyPage Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/BrianTracy Google+: +BrianTracyOfficialPage Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/BrianTracy Instagram: @TheBrianTracy Blog: http://bit.ly/1rc4hlg leadership style, leadership quotes, leadership qualities, leadership training, how to be a good leader, leadership skills,
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Why Do We Resist Change? Coaching for Leaders, Full Series by Marshall Goldsmith Because we’re deluded! We all delude ourselves about our achievements, our status, and our contributions. We: Overestimate our contribution to a project; Have an elevated opinion of our professional skills and standing among our peers; Exaggerate our project’s impact on profitability by discounting real and hidden costs. Many of our delusions come from our association with success, not failure. We get positive reinforcement from our successes and we think they are predictive of a great future. The fact that successful people tend to be delusional isn’t all bad. Our belief in our wonderfulness gives us confidence. Even though we are not as good as we think we are, this confidence actually helps us be better than we would become if we did not believe in ourselves. The most realistic people in the world are not delusional—they are depressed! Although our self-confident delusions can help us achieve, they can make it difficult for us to change. In fact, when others suggest that we need to change, we may respond with unadulterated bafflement. It’s an interesting three-part response. First we are convinced that the other party is confused. They are misinformed, and they just don’t know what they are talking about. They must have us mixed up with someone who truly does need to change. Second, as it dawns upon us that the other party is not confused—maybe their information about our perceived shortcomings is accurate—we go into denial mode. This criticism may be correct, but it can’t be that important—or else we wouldn’t be so successful. Finally, when all else fails, we may attack the other party. We discredit the messenger. “Why is a winner like me,” we conclude, “listening to a loser like you?” These are just a few of our initial responses to what we don’t want to hear. Couple this with the very positive interpretation that successful people assign to (a) their past performance, (b) their ability to influence their success (as opposed to just being lucky), (c) their optimistic belief that their success will continue in the future, and (d) their over-stated sense of control over their own destiny (as opposed to being controlled by external forces), and you have a volatile cocktail of resistance to change. So, as you can see, while your positive beliefs about yourself helped you become successful. These same beliefs can make it tough for you to change. The same beliefs that helped you get to your current level of success, can inhibit you from making the changes needed to stay there – or move forward. Don’t fall into this trap, and if you already have, don’t stay there! Dr. Marshall Goldsmith was selected as the #1 Executive Coach in the World by GlobalGurus.org, and one of the 10 Most Influential Management Thinkers in the World by Thinkers50 in both 2011 and 2013. He was also selected as the World’s Most Influential Leadership Thinker in 2011. Marshall was the highest rated executive coach on the Thinkers50 List in both 2011 and 2013. What Got You Here Won’t Get You There was listed as a top ten business bestseller for 2013 by INC Magazine / 800 CEO Read (for the seventh consecutive year). Marshall’s exciting new research on engagement is published in his newest book Triggers (Crown, 2015).
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Mark says sport has taught him how to be a leader and coach. You can make a significant difference in the world when you find the primary drivers that allow you to coach and lead. Mark is the Director of Coaching for Sport Nova Scotia and the Canadian Sport Center Atlantic. In 2015, he was the Chef de Mission of Team Nova Scotia at the Canada Winter Games. As an athlete, Mark won 3 Pan American Games gold medals, 3 World Championships, 1 National Championship, 19 Provincial Championships, 3 State Championships, plus numerous individual awards. As an international level coach, he has won two Pan Am gold medals and has had multiple podium finishes at the World Championships. In July of 2015 he led Canada’s women’s national team to a Pan American Games gold medal in Toronto. Mark is the winningest coach in national teams history with 280 over international victories. Mark is a member of the Nova Scotia Sport Heritage Hall of Fame, the Canadian Softball Hall of Fame, and the International Softball Congress Hall of Fame. He is married to former Olympian Ann Dodge and has a daughter Jasmine. Mark and his family reside in Falmouth, Nova Scotia. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Webinar: How to use Coaching Skills to have More Impact as a Leader Speaker: Andrew Neitlich Organization: Center for Executive Coaching Description: Too many leaders, executives, and entrepreneurs lead with only one style. Usually this style is directive. While the directive style has advantages, it also has limitations. Most importantly, when overused it prevents employees from developing the capacity to think on their own, contribute their own ideas, and develop as leaders who can grow the organization and make it stronger. Coaching is a key conversational skill and leadership style that leaders must have in order to develop new leaders, create an environment that fosters innovation and collaboration, and improve loyalty and engagement. Over the past few decades, coaching has been recognized as a crucial leadership skill, as well as a profession like consulting that helps to develop leaders in both large and small organizations. Research about coaching shows many benefits. People who receive coaching report that they improve relationships up, down, and across the organization. They have fewer conflicts. Productivity on their teams increases. Meanwhile, organizations that encourage coaching report greater employee loyalty -- especially from those being coached -- improved customer and client relationships, better teamwork, higher productivity. You will Learn: What coaching is, and what it is not? Situations a leader should use coaching. The key coaching conversations and how to have them with maximum impact. One example of a coaching tool, the Leadership Dashboard, that you can use in your own organization immediately. For more videos http://www.youtube.com/user/milemadinah?sub_confirmation=1 - Follow Us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/milemadinah Twitter https://plus.google.com/+MileMadinah LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/company/milemadinah Google+ https://plus.google.com/+MileMadinah Instagram http://www.instagram.com/mile_madinah http://community.mile.org/index.php/mile-webinars?tasks=specific_webinar&webinarid=396
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Two vastly different Coaching Styles with Tips to bring out the best of each. This video is 13 minutes long as the subject is comprehensive. It is worth watching if you lead and coach every day. You will learn ways to improve your common Coaching Style by blending in some of the strengths and traits of the other Style. callcentertrainingsolutions.com
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Coaching is a critical competency for leaders today. In this webinar, you'll learn: • The role coaching plays in being a great leader • How to adopt the right mindset for holding effective coaching conversations • An easy-to-follow coaching framework • The four key coaching skills necessary for successful day-to-day coaching conversations
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Learn the five key characteristics that are critical for global leaders of the future! Subscribe to Marshall's YouTube Page for more videos. Like him on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/Marshall.Gol... Follow him on Twitter @coachgoldsmith https://twitter.com/coachgoldsmith Visit his website @ http://www.marshallgoldsmithlibrary.com/
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http://directivecommunication.net/leadership-coaching - Leadership coaching with a BIG twist, watch and learn how the DC psychology leadership coaching process is different. And, for Senior Management, Arthur Carmazzi himself is available for limited sessions
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Nothing compares to coaching when it comes to helping people perform at their best and accelerate their careers. Individuals become energized (or re-energized) about their work, take full ownership of their performance and their careers, find and rejuvenate long-lost talents and make major shifts in their contribution levels. Coaching is by far the most effective tool at a manager's disposal. The problem is that today's organizations are extremely frenetic and managers face near limitless demands on their time. So much so, that when it comes time to coach, most managers don't know where to start.
Views: 72233 Bluepoint Leadership Development
Eliminate your 'people' frustrations forever! In this video learn the one most surprising misconception you're carrying about yourself that is causing you a great deal of struggle with your employees. www.CoachApproachCourse.com
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http://blog.mile.org/leading-with-emotional-intelligence/ Emotional Intelligence (EI) is what makes the difference between top performing leaders and the rest. A positive 'emotional climate' in your team will make a big difference to effectiveness, talent retention and results. So how do you become a more emotionally intelligent leader? In this webinar, Andy Smith of Coaching Leaders Ltd shares some secrets of top performing teams that you can start using straight away to improve your team's emotional climate. Key deliverables: How emotions affect your team's thinking skills Understand the effect you have on your team's 'emotional climate' Four ways to be a more emotionally intelligent leader A simple model for applying emotional intelligence to any issue About the Speaker Andy Smith Emotional Intelligence Coach and Appreciative Inquiry Consultant Coaching LEADERS Andy Smith is an Emotional Intelligence coach and Appreciative Inquiry consultant. He specialises in helping leaders and teams get beyond the blocks that stop them achieving their potential. He is the author of "55 Ways To Increase Your Emotional Intelligence" (Coaching Leaders 2003) and "Achieve Your Goals: Strategies To Transform Your Life" (Dorling Kindersley 2006). Andy has developed a number of coaching models which incorporate appreciative and solution-focused tools in practical and jargon-free formats. Specialities: Developing emotionally intelligent leaders Helping teams find creative solutions with Appreciative Inquiry Showing leaders how to incorporate coaching into their leadership style. For more videos http://www.youtube.com/user/milemadinah?sub_confirmation=1 - Follow Us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/milemadinah Twitter https://plus.google.com/+MileMadinah LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/company/milemadinah Google+ https://plus.google.com/+MileMadinah Instagram http://www.instagram.com/mile_madinah
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Leadership styles like autocratic, democratic, and laissez-faire styles in the workplace have different strengths and weaknesses. Which leadership style or type of manager are you? This video looks at each style and touches on how each one has some usefulness depending upon the situation. FREE 7 Instant Tips for Confident & Composed Public Speaking http://bit.ly/2M1NfVE-SpeakingTips The video mainly compares and contrasts autocratic style vs. democratic style of leadership and touches briefly on the laissez-fair style. Autocratic Leadership = Boss-centered leadership with a high power distance between the leader and the employees. Democratic Leadership = Team-centered leadership. The leader seeks input on decisions and delegates. Laissez-faire Leadership = Hands-off leadership. In the French it means "Let do." In other words, let the people do as they choose.
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On this Weekly Emotional Workout, Traci Cleary of Connection Point Coaching covers the fifth and final in the leadership series on coaching -- developing an individual's potential and performance while aligning the individual's goals and values with those of the organization.
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There is no bad leadership style. It just depends on the results wanted at the time. In a given day you can switch to styles depending on what the situation demands. In this scenario we simulate how to train employees to identify issues before the ship to customers. We constrast two leadership styles coaching vs authoritative and compare their short and long term benefits. Notes: I apologize for a couple of the more distracting issues the audio is loud and the cursor does not display. I am tuning this process. I hope to be as smooth as Sal Khan one day. :)
Views: 891 Angel Inokon
Thanks to our partners at New Balance, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp sat down with us at Anfield to discuss his coaching philosophy, how to develop young players, his pride for the Liverbird crest and how he developed his principles. See our extended interview and don't forget to subscribe to our channel for more exclusive inside access and tips from the field. Follow us on: ►Instagram: https://instagram.com/soccerdotcom ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/soccerdotcom ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soccerdotcom ►YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/soccerdotcom ►Snapchat: http://bit.ly/soccersnapchat Shop at: http://www.soccer.com Learn more at: http://www.soccer.com/guide
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At TEDxUtopia, the question was asked: What would leadership in Utopia look like? To start with, imagine the best leader you have ever worked with. How did he or she get to become this type of leader? Leadership lecturer and former corporate executive Lars Sudmann argues that it's likely that they learned to overcome the "leadership formula of doom" and then developed themselves as a leader. In this funny and invigorating talk Lars walks us through the personal journeys of great leaders, shows lessons from the golden age of leadership and shares 3 strategies on self-leadership to develop yourself into a "Utopia leader”. Lars Sudmann is a leadership advisor and award-winning lecturer. He studies and researches what makes the most advanced organizations and leaders successful – and then he shares that knowledge with the world. He has had a business career of more than 10 years in management and finance with Procter & Gamble, e.g. as the Chief Financial Officer of Belgium, and he has lived and worked in Europe and Asia. Trends/Tendance, the Belgian Business Magazine, and the BBC have called on his expertise. Additionally, he is currently a university lecturer in Aachen and Braunschweig (both Germany). What does leadership in Utopia look like? How does leadership work in a future ultra-networked world? And is there one leadership ideal that we can all strive towards, and if yes, what is holding us back from achieving it? In this highly engaging talk, leadership expert Lars Sudmann will dive into the past, present and future of excellent leadership. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Anthony Robbins is a catalyst for change and a strategist for success. He creates change in minutes, when normally it couldn't be accomplished in years. Tony Robbins is a motivational speaker who has written popular self-help books and has worked with many public figures. The author of several best-selling self-help books, including Awaken the Giant Within, Tony Robbins has become well known for his much-publicized "firewalk" seminars. Though Robbins theories, techniques and self-promoting style have received much criticism, he remains a popular figure and has coached several world leaders, including George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Mikhail Gorbachev. Writer, motivational speaker. Born Anthony J. Robbins on February 29, 1960 in Glendora, California. The author of several best-selling self-help books, including Unlimited Power and Awaken the Giant Within, Robbins has become something of a celebrity for his much-publicized "firewalk" seminars. Based on his theory of neuroassociative conditioning, the seminars enlist particpants to walk over hot coals in bare feet to prove that it?s fear and inner doubt that often holds people back from achieving greatness and overcoming obstacles they believe to be impossible. Though Robbins theories, techniques and self-promoting style have received much criticism, he remains a popular figure and has a coached several world leaders, including George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev and Princess Diana. Tony Robbins Motivation,tony robbins motivational,tony motivational speaker,tony robbins motivational quotes,motivational speaker tony,tony motivation,tony the motivational speaker,tony robbins motivational speech,tony robbins motivational videos,tony robbins 5 steps to take control of your life,motivational speaker tony robbins,anthony robbins seminars,anthony robbins motivational speaker,anthony robbins motivation,Tony Robbins
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To Attend a 4 hour Power Packed “Extreme Motivation & Peak Performance” Seminar of BOUNCE BACK SERIES, Call at +919310144443 or Visit https://bouncebackseries.com/ To attend upcoming LEADERSHIP FUNNEL PROGRAM, Call at +919810544443 or Visit https://vivekbindra.com/upcoming-programs/leadership-funnel-by-vivek-bindra.php Watch the Leadership funnel Program Testimonial Video, here at https://youtu.be/xNUysc5b0uI Follow our Official Facebook Page at https://facebook.com/DailyMotivationByVivekBindra/ and get updates of recent happenings, events, seminars, blog articles and daily motivation. VIDEO: Best Motivational Speaker in Delhi, India Best Video on Understanding the fine line that differentiates Coaching, Counselling, Mentoring and Managing by Mr. Vivek Bindra - International Motivational Speaker and Corporate Trainer. Look out for more from Vivek Bindra - www.vivekbindra.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "3 Steps for Guaranteed Secret of Success Motivational Video in Hindi by Mr Vivek Bindra" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_GanFLk45k -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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In this video, I talk about the incredible impact you can make on your team by elevating your coaching skills as a leader. You don't wanna ignore this one!
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Many leaders think they need to delegate more to be more effective as leaders. This is frequently not true. Most often leaders don’t need to delegate more, they need to delegate more effectively! Subscribe to Marshall's YouTube Page for more videos. Like him on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/Marshall.Goldsmith Follow him on Twitter @coachgoldsmith https://twitter.com/coachgoldsmith Visit his website @ http://www.marshallgoldsmithlibrary.com/ Can Delegation Kill? When C-level executives are asked what change they could make to become a more effective leader, one of the most common answers is, “I need to delegate more!” My caution to these executives is always the same: Inappropriate delegation can kill. Kill morale, careers, and even a company. Delegation is not a quality like “demonstrating integrity” or “complying with the law.” Honest, ethical, and legal behavior is always appropriate—delegation isn’t. Inappropriate delegation can do more harm than good. I saw an extreme example of the “empowerment is good” flaw in one of America’s largest companies. The CEO naively believed that his employees would always rise to the occasion and see the value of their learning through mistakes they made. He eventually promoted people to levels that were far beyond their capabilities. These people were not ready for the challenge. Perhaps they could learn from their mistakes when the mistakes cost thousands of dollars, but the company went bankrupt when the mistakes cost billions. Delegation killed morale, careers, and the company. So what do you do, kill delegation? My answer is “no.” Instead don’t delegate more. Delegate more effectively.
Views: 24359 Marshall Goldsmith
Become one of my students! Get 75% off my Leadership Success Masterclass by using coupon code MGUDEMY at https://bit.ly/2Ks4Q5m Enjoy 37 lessons, exercises and 3.5 hours of video! Thank you! The Six-Question process for coaching approach works consistently well with senior executives and their teams to create alignment throughout the organization. Subscribe to Marshall's YouTube Page for more videos Like him on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/Marshall.Gol... Follow him on Twitter @coachgoldsmith https://twitter.com/coachgoldsmith Visit his website @ http://www.marshallgoldsmithlibrary.com/
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What’s the difference between coaching, mentoring, counselling, training and managing? Let’s, however, take a look at the main similarities and differences, as this may be helpful for you in establishing the style you would prefer someone works with you. There is considerable overlap between these development approaches with each having a performance, direction, support or personal well-being focus in the context of the organisation, your career or your whole life. Improving performance is largely about developing your job skills (competences). Whilst developing your soft skills (competencies) is better served through direction and support. Developing your character is best served through supporting your development and a focus on your personal well-being. You will see that there are overlaps indicated in the diagram. Perhaps more so with the growth of ‘life coaching’ which has filled a niche in developing you in your life whilst not being therapy or counselling. What is mentoring? In spite of its origins in Greek culture some 3,000 years ago, mentoring is a buzzword today where life and work are high-tech but not high-touch. When we use the word “mentoring”, a dozen or more different images race across our minds. It seems that we might not all be on the same page. It will serve us well then, to offer a working definition that brings us all together in our understanding. Here, I have tweaked a definition original from Paul Stanley and Robert Clifton and later by Dr. Tim Elmore : Mentoring is a working relational experience through which one person empowers and enables another by sharing their wisdom and resources. What is coaching? In the 16th century, the word ‘coach’ described a horse-drawn vehicle to take people from where they were to where they wanted to be. In the 20th century, big buses with rows of seats were also called coaches, and their purpose was the same: to get people to where they wanted to go. The word ‘coach’ was given athletic meaning around 1880 when it was used to identify the person who tutored university students in their rowing on the Cam River in Cambridge. Later, the word (and role) became associated with musicians, public speakers and actors, who rely on coaches to improve their skills. Don Shula, the former coach of the Miami Dolphins, wrote about athletes who would come to his team with their skills and talents, ready to submit to the coach whose job was to instruct, discipline, and inspire them to do things better than they thought they could do on their own. Over time, the idea of a coach has not really changed. A coach is a vehicle to take someone from where they are now, to where they want to be. Eric Parsloe, author of “ The Manager as Coach and Mentor “ defines coaching as: “a process that enables learning and development to occur and thus performance to improve.”
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Great example of Gordon Ramsay adopting a coaching style of leadership. Taken from the Documentary: The Glass House, the full documentary can be viewed here: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/ramsays-kitchen-nightmares This style of leadership, in essence it encourages dialogue within the organization and looks to the future. It involves developing others, and does not assume one ‘font of all knowledge’ for everyone. The leaders will help other team members to discover their own strengths and weaknesses, and as a result will develop specific needs. This will sometimes lead to standards dropping in the short term whilst team members ‘try things out’ and develop the required new skills. There has to be regular feedback and positive reinforcement throughout and the delivery of the feedback is key – there is a real sense that team leaders care about the future of their workforce. The long term development and future-proofing is important, which leads to it being adapted to fit other parts of the organization. Initially it may be a time consuming style and it needs a degree of expertise from the leader, which has to be taught or developed. There may be some instances of team members being very resistant to learning or changing or developing as they may see this as a threat. For more info, then read one of the books that relate to this: http://www.amazon.com/author/ma.grant
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Borton weaves stories of developing young women on the basketball court to become leaders in life. Through her stories on the court, she talks of the importance of enjoying the path to the future. Pam Borton is an Executive Coach, Consultant and Motivational speaker with Pam Borton Partners, a company she founded in 2014. In April of 2014 Coach Pam Borton transitioned from the University of Minnesota after twelve years as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach. With twenty-seven years coaching Division I basketball including twelve years in the Big Ten, a highly competitive and demanding environment. Her specific focus was developing leaders, assembling successful teams, recruiting and hiring quality people, and winning her entire career. She has successfully developed leaders both on and off the court using a coaching model focused on developing people and peak performance. She has developed many elite players, former assistants who are now leading their own programs or organizations. Pam coached her teams to a Final Four, Elite Eight, and a number of Sweet Sixteen’s. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Online Leadership / Personal Development Course with Tailored Content! FREE Guide @ http://www.ParioCoachingTools.com The Pario Leadership Training Course focuses on Manager Leader Success Factors. The 100 day fast-track leadership skills training can include Skype Executive Coaching. The Leadership Development Training Course can include extra content (tailored to client requirements). http://www.bit.ly/pario-leadership The Leadership Development Model builds on the principles of Authentic Leadership and Self Determination Theory. (The Free Guide is in 12 parts and builds up to form an Executive Coaching Handbook).
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Coaching Question: What Coaching Style Are You? In this video you will find out how to find your own unique coaching style and what it takes to do so. How can you can grow and a person by serving others? We are always preparing for that client we haven't met and we learn each and every day. Find out how to help a client overcome a challenge, so that the client has their own choice. ––– The Coaching Institute is Australia's #1 life coaching school, having trained some of the most successful coaches in Australia and Asia in the last 13 years. We are mainly a referral-based coaching school. Our students and graduates love their experience and journey with us so much that many encourage friends, family and colleagues to join. Our programs are available worldwide. Our award-winning and internationally recognised coaches are phenomenally successful at what they do. They are also the biggest names and key influencers in the life coaching industry. Let us help you to change your life and the lives of others. Let us WOW you! Request your free Coaching Gift Pack at http://tci.rocks/gift ––– Sharon Pearson is Founder of The Coaching Institute and Creator of the Ultimate Change Methodology, Meta Dynamics™. Sharon has often been referred to as a ‘Superpreneur’ - and when you hear her story, it’s easy to understand why. Sharon is the creator of the Meta Dynamics™ methodology she also founded The Coaching Institute – Australia’s most successful Coaching School. She has written five books, 'Ultimate You Quest', 'Pathways to Success and Happiness', 'Your Success: 10 Steps to an Extraordinary Life', 'Simple Strategies for Business Success' and ‘Disruptive Leadership’ and created a number of successful training programs including Ultimate Wealth, Ultimate Influence, and Disruptive Leadership. ––– Is there anything else you need for your research? We can be reached at [email protected] ––– Get free coaching resources, tips and reports at https://tci.rocks/coaching-gifts ––– Read real-life coach success stories at https://tci.rocks/reviews (over 1,386 real stories!) ––– The Coaching Institute Official Website: http://www.thecoachinginstitute.com.au Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BecomeALifeCoach
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Contact Hank today at (215) 593-7235 or visit http://www.positivetraction.com/ I've discovered a major flaw in many leaders — myself included. I call it The Hero Complex, and it creates what Dr. Stephen Karpman calls The Drama Triangle. I love to rescue people! It made me feel good to solve my team’s problems, but after a while, it became exhausting. I’d become the “victim” myself, and they became the “persecutors.” I’d find myself saying, “Why don't they take responsibility and first try to tackle problems on their own? Why do they always come to me?” What I didn’t realize was that I had trained them to do that! Break Free. Adopt a Coaching Leadership Style I escaped the Drama Triangle by embracing the Empowerment Triangle, which encourages leaders to be coaches — not heroes. Coaches help people solve their own problems. By empowering my team to develop those problem solving skills, it took a lot of excess responsibility off of me. Ask yourself three important questions: Are you a rescuer? What do you do to enable “victims”? What’s one new behavior that will help break the cycle? Want to talk about ways to break out of the Drama Triangle and step into the Empowerment Triangle? Give me a call at (215) 593-7235 or check out https://www.positivetraction.com/contactus Hank O'Donnell is the President of Positive Traction, LLC and helps create positive and productive leadership teams. Utilizing the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) Hank teaches businesses about: Team leadership Management Training EOS Implementation Self-Implementation Coaching and much more
Views: 36 Positive Traction