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Attitude is Everything

By Jordan Schmitz on Fri,Aug 14,2015 @ 10:54 AM

A good attitude will help you to... A bad attitude can...
  • Make a Sale
  • Encourage Others
  • Strengthen Relationships
  • Reach Goals
  • Increase Learning
  • Be More Open
  • Break a Sale
  • Bring Others Down
  • Hinder Relationships
  • Hinder Progress
  • Decrease Learning
  • Make You Closed Off
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5 Reasons You Should Be Coaching

By Jordan Schmitz on Mon,Jul 06,2015 @ 02:07 PM

One question you may ask yourself is, "Why should I coach my employees?" or "Why should my company invest in a coaching culture?"

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Are You Coaching to Positive Attitudes?

By Jordan Schmitz on Wed,Jun 24,2015 @ 11:21 AM

Bad attitudes are a choice. However, they are a choice made by one person, that can affect an entire company. As a coach, you should always be coaching to positive attitudes, regardless if bad attitudes are present in your employees or not. Coaching employees to have positive attitudes can help prevent bad attitudes in the future. 

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Coaching Leads to Progress

By Jordan Schmitz on Thu,Jun 11,2015 @ 11:39 AM

The purpose of coaching is progress. We coach to help employees progress toward their goals and eventually achieve them. Coaching is the means to a successful end. Progress can be seen in many aspects of an employee and their work. Motivation, attitude, engagement, effort, relationships, etc. all show how an employee is progressing, and each of those aspects is developed by coaching. Progress develops from good coaching techniques. Here are 7 coaching techniques to help increase progress.

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Coaching to Positive Attitudes

By Jordan Schmitz on Wed,Jun 03,2015 @ 11:54 AM

Having a good attitude can lead to higher motivation and higher productivity, and, as you can guess, a bad attitude can lead to lower motivation and lower productivity. A good attitude in the work place is crucial, without it, not only does the employee suffer but the company as well. 

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Coaching An Attitude is Two Steps

By Tim Hagen on Fri,Feb 13,2015 @ 06:48 AM


INTRODUCTION:

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Why Do We Even Coach?

By Tim Hagen on Fri,Feb 06,2015 @ 06:15 AM

Why Coaching is Important by Carly Kleiman

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Coaching Teams in 4 Steps

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Jan 06,2015 @ 04:45 AM

You know the term "Silos" when we desribe teams that do not work well together. Why is it? Why do people struggle to work with one another at times? Sadly, it takes sometimes just one person to break down the fiber of a good team.

There are four steps to building a really good team:

  1. Establish Rapport - this is where we build awareness of one another as people by doing activities that facilitate communication and introduction to one another's strengths’ and personal attributes.
  2. Establish commonality -this is where we begin to have an understanding of one another as people after attending some type of activity that facilitates awareness of one another. Often people have things in common we normally do not take time to even discover.
  3. Build awareness of issues -this is where we communicate issues where we have strengths and opportunities to work better together. This is the stage where most struggle start to occur in terms of teams working well together or not working well together. The key is to simply share perspectives and issues with one another and have NO response, meaning people cannot argue or rebuttal. They simply have to listen which is where most teams struggle.
  4. Action - Take action on the awareness of specific issues.
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Why Managers' "No Time" is No excuse for Not Coaching!

By Tim Hagen on Wed,Nov 05,2014 @ 08:29 AM

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Coaching Tips to Change Attitudes and Behaviors

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Oct 07,2014 @ 04:07 PM

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Coaching to Develop a Culture of Positive Attitudes

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Sep 16,2014 @ 09:42 AM

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Off To A Great Start

By Tim Hagen on Wed,Sep 10,2014 @ 05:52 AM

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Take The Next Shot ...

By Tim Hagen on Thu,Sep 04,2014 @ 09:56 AM

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Feedback is a Two-Way Street

By Tim Hagen on Wed,Sep 03,2014 @ 01:08 PM

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Building and Coaching a Great Team

By Tim Hagen on Sun,Aug 31,2014 @ 10:08 AM

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