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The Growth Edge

When you forget how to coach (and it happens to ALL of us), it’s natural to pick up the tool you’re most familiar with. We fall back on old habits – ways of relating and being. So for the brand-new coach, that might mean slipping into fix-it mode and listening...

When You Forget How to Coach

During a recent practice coaching session with students, we discussed the phenomenon that as soon as they are coaching somebody on a topic they have lived through or are living through, it’s like they lose all memory of how to coach. Yet if it’s a situation they can’t...

How to Be a Good Spotter

When I work out, part of the process is using and being a spotter. A spotter is someone who stands by you when you’re lifting weights, in case the weight gets to be too much and you start to lose your grip. A spotter is there if needed, but most often you don’t need...