emotional intelligence coaching

There is one thing you need to understand to be a great coach: Emotions drive behavior. Sounds obvious, but many leaders and coaches I work with don’t understand this. Most people try to coach, lead, influence (and parent) behaviors.  As a new leader and coach early in my career, I too was focused on coaching behaviors.

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Larry Sternberg and Kim Turnage, Authors, Managing To Make A Difference:  How To Engage, Retain & Develop Talent For Maximum Performance

For very good reasons, numerous organizations have implemented a competency model as an important component of their executive development program. That sort of investment in people improves retention and engagement, and it increases a person’s capacity to add value.

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Willy Steiner, President, Executive Coaching Concepts

There is a decades-long debate taking place in businesses across the country about the return on investment gained from leadership development efforts. It is a question at the heart of my book, Discover The Joy of Leadership: A Practical Guide to Resolving Your Management Challenges, published on February 6, 2017. This book was the culmination of two solid years of work and I am very proud of the product that I created. I start my book off with the following conversation:

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