Today I'm letting you in on a Skype call I had with one of Hello Potential's senior coaches - Ian Day. Because my talented colleague, Ian, has co-authored what's been reviewed as a game-changing book about coaching, so you'll want this on your radar: Challenging Coaching: going beyond traditional coaching to face
Listen-in on our conversation if:
- you're thinking about hiring a coach
- you already have a coach, and want them to up the ante by offering more challenge, more feedback, more courageous goals, more accountability
- you use coaching as part of your leadership style
- you want the coaching that happens in your business to have more connection with the needs of the business
- you want to galvanise your people into courageous action
Because what you hear will challenge the way you think about coaching, and how it can make bottom-line affecting shifts in you and your people.
"Traditionally, coaching has been very, very supportive… But it hasn't used the dimension of challenge sufficiently. […] With too much challenge there's stress and burnout; but with too little challenge it's like 'rust out'!"
Hit the play button, below, to listen-in on a 6-minute slice of inspiration and challenge:
Want the full version? Download the whole 18-minute Skype call here.
Ready to up your challenge?
Add your name and contact details using the 'challenge me!' button below, for the chance to receive one of 10 signed copies of the Challenging Coaching book, PLUS a no-holds-barred 30-minute call with one of our talented coaches – to discuss how you can weave more challenge into your leadership approach and into your business. Experience challenging coaching at first hand, on us!
Want to know more?
You can access more information, resources, and weekly blog posts from the Challenging Coaching team at www.challengingcoaching.co.uk, and you can also order copies of the book on Amazon. Why not join the LinkedIn group here, too?
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