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3-Transitions Even the Best Leaders Struggle with

MALERAPASO/GETTY IMAGES Article written by: Cassandra Frangos We love to read about the dynamics of success. We study it, celebrate it, and try to emulate how successful leaders rise to the top. I’m no different: I’ve spent my career helping executives succeed, either through coaching and development or assessments of their strengths and opportunity areas […]

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Christian Coaching – Potomac Coaching Team Method

In Christianity, we shift from a humanistic philosophy to one based on God’s presence dwelling in us and through us. The centerpiece of Christian coaching is the client’s awareness of where God is leading a person. Therefore, the expression of faith can at times be as important as the skill of coaching itself. With this […]

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What is professional coaching?

What is professional coaching? ICF (International Coach Federation) defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential, which is particularly important in today’s uncertain and complex environment. Coaches honor the client as the expert in his or her life and work and […]

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Express Ourselves Authentically

Express Ourselves Authentically Express yourself: A huge part of improvement is expressing yourself. Most of us don’t really express ourselves authentically, outside of very specific context. We have learned to play games, to put on facades as a way to try and get the approval of others. This rarely works and it does a lot more […]

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Revealing Blind Spots

If there is one positive effect you can get in coaching better than through any other self-improvement process, it’s seeing your blind spots: revealing ways of thinking or behaving you had no idea that you had, or realizing their real impact. Often in working one-on-one with a person, the moment when she sees one huge […]

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