WHAT ELSE?

Paul Kawkabany – https://www.facebook.com/paul.kawkabany Coaches at any stage of their training and professional career know the strength and beauty of this question. I like this question very much and find it delicious. Yes, as you read, I find it delicious – for two main reasons: 1.     The simplicity of the question. 2.     The depth this […]

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Why Getting Buy-In From Frontline Employees is Key

  Nobody knows the job better than your frontline employees. So, when you’re instituting new efficiencies to improve the processes and procedures that they use on the job every day, one vital key to success is getting their buy-in from the get-go. At USC Consulting Group, helping companies find process improvements is what we do. […]

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Go For YOU, Go To YOU

Paul Kawkabany – https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-kawkabany-b7b2a811a/ I was wondering a lot about what it means to be a coach. Then, in August and September, I linked up with 11 other trainees in a virtual class through Zoom called Certified Professional Coach.  The presence of other colleagues from the Western world was very wonderful; it helped me a […]

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Strategies for Coaching Leaders

from LaMarsh Global – https://www.lamarsh.com/ Leaders are often incredibly busy. Their role in a change project is essential, and at the same time, their calendar is often filled with essential responsibilities that extend beyond the change initiative. For Sheila Fain, CEO of LaMarsh Global, coaching is an opportunity to “explore information and perspectives they may […]

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Opportunities for Coaching in Change Management

from LaMarsh Global – https://www.lamarsh.com/ Change practitioners often work with people involved with a change: the leaders responsible for or sponsoring a change, and the people that might be impacted by the change (which can often include the leaders). Even though these are two distinct groups of people with different roles and responsibilities, change practitioners […]

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Coach for Change Management

from LaMarsh Global – https://www.lamarsh.com/ By separating coaching from advising, change practitioners expand the tools they have when working with leaders that are sponsoring or responsible for a change. Randy Kesterson is an Executive Fellow at LaMarsh Global and a Certified Master Coach. He once considered coaching more akin to mentoring, and then found that […]

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The Key Ingredients to Building High Performing, Positive Teams

Over the past 20 years, I’ve been blessed to work with some of the best teams, coaches, ath­letes, and other high performers in busi­ness, sport, and life. In writing this book I have tried to organize my thoughts, philos­ophies, and beliefs based on my years of experience and also based on work with businesses and teams […]

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The Importance of Coaching in Change Management

from LaMarsh Global – https://www.lamarsh.com/ Change Management calls for creating buy-in to change and how to achieve it successfully.  Telling is of limited value in this scenario.  While trainers or advisors often say what they think is the best course of action, coaches engage with questions so their clients will decide what to do or […]

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4 Best Ways Manufacturers Can Perfect Their Supply Chain

  After a highly tumultuous beginning to the new decade, the economy is taking an unanticipated turn for the better. Economic experts forecasted joblessness as high as 15% nationwide well into 2021. Remarkably, the unemployment rate is back to single-digits as small, mid-sized and large businesses seem to have gotten their groove back. Leading the […]

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The Role of Coaching in Change Management

from LaMarsh Global – https://www.lamarsh.com/ Change practitioners wear many hats. Their role is dependent on the project, organization, and overall change capability of the leaders and people within the company.  The mosaic of responsibilities varies from project to project, and change practitioners may be involved in each of these roles – either at different points in […]

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