The Progress Coaching Blog

    How to Have Coaching "Career Conversations" To Retain Talent from Leaving

    Tue,Sep 06,2022 @ 02:29 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Career conversations are now a must more than any other time in our history. When we think about McKinsey's latest research showing 41% of people are actually leaving due to a lack of career development and advancement. Coaching career conversations is about coaching and developing talent for the present and future. We need to find out what people want to do, what motivates them, what they like,..

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    Open the "Self-Awareness" Door for Maximum Talent Development

    Tue,Sep 06,2022 @ 06:47 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    I have said for almost 30 years that coaching is a two step process. First, you want people to look in the mirror. #2, you want people to take action on #1 yet very few people do number one arbitrarily on their own. That's why we need to coach our people to first establish a foundation of self-awareness which will lead to accelerated talent development. Self-awareness is difficult for people...

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    Take The Emotional Baggage Out

    Mon,Sep 05,2022 @ 07:43 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    This post will also not be very popular but I'm OK with that. As an entrepreneur we embody a lot of different positions in terms of the work that we do. It is not for the faint of heart and it is certainly not meant for a certain group of people yet let me just say at times it is very very hard. I also think working in the corporate workplace and managing teams is also very very hard. As we talk..

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    2022 ... The Year of Coaching & Conversations

    Tue,Jan 04,2022 @ 01:24 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Let's be candid things are really sideways. The pandemic! The Great Resignation! Virtual Work! What's next? Not sure yet I do know leaders need to converse and coaching differently than they did two years ago, This video may help:

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    The 4 Keys to Successful Coaching in 2022

    Tue,Jan 04,2022 @ 12:06 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

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    Coaching Confidence

    Tue,Mar 23,2021 @ 08:06 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Confidence is a very brittle element. Confidence comes from two primary sources, practice & positive reinforcement. Constructive feedback rarely instills confidence.

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    Coaching Virtually: Part One

    Tue,Mar 09,2021 @ 10:15 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    This video provides a strategic set of methods you can use to drive your virtual coaching. If intrigued schedule a chat with us to find out about all our new coaching services and products

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    The Most Politically Incorrect Podcast Episode About Leadership

    Wed,Jan 27,2021 @ 04:39 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    This episode is not about political views rather using politics as a frame of reference to understand the merits of leadership in the ability to converse with other people.If intrigued ask us about your Why Leadership Conversations Matter Training

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    Attention Leaders! Help Your Employees Claim Their FAME

    Tue,Jan 19,2021 @ 03:38 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    I recently heard in a group discussion that people must communicate with one another and employees must share upward to their direct leaders their feelings and frustrations. Somebody made the comment it's all about culture and I actually somewhat disagree with that. Conversations create cultures and we have to fuel employees minds positively as well as position leaders to learn how to coach and..

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    Ben White Interview: Hiring & Recruiting Strategies for Talent Development in 2021

    Tue,Jan 19,2021 @ 03:36 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

     This podcast episode is an interview with Ben White one of the leaders atTitus Talent Strategies. Ben and I discuss the latest trends in talent development and recruiting from both the hiring and candidate perspectives. He shares very interesting strategies that both the organization and job seekers can utilize during these very awkward times.Reach Out To Ben With Questions or Help You May Need:

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