Coaching Archives - Page 7 of 7 - Amie Devero

Great Managers are Made Not Born

May 16, 2016
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In business, we regularly promote our best and brightest performers to positions in which they have absolutely no expertise, experience or knowledge, and expect them to perform despite a total dearth of instruction, training, practice or correction.

“Nonsense” you say. “People rise based on their track records.”

Yes […]

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To Coach or to Manage? That is the Question!

April 21, 2016
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More and more frequently, executives and managers are being charged with coaching their teams. But within organizations, there is typically little support provided to help with preparing managers for this role. Instead, managers find themselves offering coaching out of context, or confusing management with coaching, or just feeling […]

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Diagnosis without Treatment

February 19, 2016
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We spend a lot of time as consultants and coaches observing how things are, whether they work and what is broken. This isn’t just a consultant’s pastime, it is also a favorite past time of most human beings — not to mention,  politicians. We are all […]

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Elevating Others Makes Them Better

January 15, 2016
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Are there people in your team or life who are coasting?  I think we all have experienced this principle, that a few folks on a team do most of thew work while a larger percentage do what seems like the bare minimum to get by.  The challenge for […]

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Championing Something Else

January 7, 2016
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It would be so much easier to accomplish everything we set out to accomplish if other people were… [fill in the blank]!  I know… “how cynical!” Right?  But surely, we all think that, or things like that on a regular basis. Most human beings are hard-wired to […]

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The Why Matters as Much as the What!

December 15, 2015
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If you read my last post then you know I am spending some time researching and inquiring into the nature and methods of New Year resolutions.  There is actually a fair amount of scientific research into this ritual, and some of it can help in determining how likely […]

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The Wall

December 11, 2015
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I was reflecting back on an earlier career yesterday, back when I was a personal trainer in the early 90’s.  Although my passion at the time was working with athletes and people in post-cardiac rehab, unfortunately those populations often found the cost of personal training prohibitive […]

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