The Progress Coaching Blog

    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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    Are You Taking Your Daily Supplements?

    Thu,Dec 14,2017 @ 12:43 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Supplements are so prevalent here in the United States that they have their own storefronts, loyal fan-bases, and are even touted across cable networks due to their popularity. Scientific evidence shows that some of these are beneficial to our overall health, but on one condition- they are most effective in conjunction with overall healthy behavior like diet and exercise. You can't take a magic..

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    Using Video To Coach

    Tue,Oct 17,2017 @ 11:56 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Recently, we created a module called video-based coaching. The module teaches specific strategies of how to leverage video as a coaching tool versus always a manager or coach as the sole provider of coaching. We live in a video age and I thought about writing this long-winded articulate article sharing my wisdom until I saw the following video. I think this video will do most of the teaching of..
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    What Successful Coaching Cultures Do to Develop & Retain Top Talent

    Tue,Oct 10,2017 @ 12:00 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Coaching is the new leadership. The days of leaders commanding and demanding people with little to input are way behind us. People crave strong leaders, but they also want an opportunity and a platform to share their ideas and insights.

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    How a Dose of Conflict Can Be the Perfect Cure

    Mon,Oct 09,2017 @ 03:42 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    When you think about conflict, or confronting someone, does it make you nervous? Doesn't it make a lot of people nervous? I want to share a notion with you that conflict, in certain moments, can be unbelievably healthy. Let me give you a couple of examples.

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    Make Positive progress a priority

    Thu,Sep 21,2017 @ 03:31 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    One of the toughest things that we go through is our ability to recruit employees. The toughest thing we need to consider is that the world is shrinking and it is very easy for candidates to find out what our organizations are like as well as specific managers and their leadership styles. A brief example might be a candidate going to work for a company and not knowing much about the company. What..

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    Coach to the Issues and NOT Just the Situation

    Thu,Aug 24,2017 @ 11:35 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    The most fundamental mistakes managers make when they're coaching is that they coach to the situation and not to the issue(s). Let me give you a brief example. Let's say you walk by and you hear three people at the water cooler gossiping and talking negatively about other people. You hear them demonstrating very mean spirited comments. They are really being poor teammates and employees. Often, we..

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    Motivating Managers to Coach

    Tue,May 23,2017 @ 09:10 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    What's been a pleasant surprise in the last two years is that the coaching industry and the coaching movement has gone from this concept of, "It would be nice to coach if we had time," to organizations stating, "We must coach our employees." This has been, needless to say, refreshing.

    This still begs the question- how do we motivate our managers to coach?

    This article is not about how to coach,..

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    Attention Executives-Your Managers Need to Coach, but So Do You!

    Fri,Apr 21,2017 @ 12:59 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    One of the questions I receive frequently from managers is about getting their managers or executive team to coach them. They often fear retribution if they bring it up- as if they are crossing a line. When we provide our program to organizations, everybody says you should start with the executive team, which I agree with, but often it gets pushed down to management levels below the executive..

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    How to Engage in Coaching

    Fri,Jun 26,2015 @ 09:55 AM | Posted by: Jordan Schmitz

    When you hear the words engagement and coaching used together, you generally think about your employees. Are they engaged enough in their work and with each other? What can I do as a coach to improve their engagement? However, one of the most important questions generally goes unasked. Am I fully engaged in my coaching and with my employees? As a coach, it is important that you are 100% engaged.

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