Paraphrasing can be a powerful one if done skillfully. Here are 4 tips to follow if you want to leverage this potentially powerful coaching tool.
Expectations for leaders are always high, but in times of crisis, even more is at stake. And therein lies the paradox. Just when people in crisis need and expect more from their leaders, that’s when a leader can cave the hardest.
What is your call to action in this time of crisis? How will you manage and thrive when so much is unknown?
On Thursday, February 20, 2020, Jessie Cordova and Elena Aguilar engaged in a discussion focused on the ideas driving Elena’s book coming this fall – Coaching For Equity.
by Elena Aguilar, Bright Morning President Are you looking to improve your coaching skills this summer? Do you have an imposing stack of professional texts teetering next to your bed? Do you have ambitions to purge and organize your office? Here’s my advice for how you might best improve your coaching (or teaching or leadership)
When my coaching feels constricted and tight and tense, I don’t think it’s of the transformational variety.
This morning I received an email with this question: “As a new coach in a new position for my school district, what are my first steps? My title is ESL District Coach.” Here’s some advice.