The Progress Coaching Blog

The Champion's Guide to Redefining Workplace Culture

Fri,Sep 22,2023 @ 09:13 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

Want to become the catalyst that transforms your workplace culture?

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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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The Importance of Expressing Empathy Through Coaching Questions

Thu,Mar 08,2018 @ 09:00 AM | Posted by: Katie Allbee

As someone with a background in counseling, and as a citizen who pays attention to the world around them, the world can be a tough place. Instead of avoiding difficult subjects, we know that genuine human connection can help ease some of the burden. Some of these difficult subjects like workplace culture, engagement studies, and emotional intelligence are trending for a great reason- companies..

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How to Coach "The Nine Types of People Who Never Succeed At Work"

Fri,Dec 08,2017 @ 01:15 PM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

I recently read an article written by Travis Bradberry entitled,"Nine Types of People Who Never Succeed At Work", and it immediately got me thinking. This quote stood out to me:"None of these behaviors are a career death sentence because they can be eradicated through improved emotional intelligence. All it takes is a little self-awareness and a strong desire to change."

Let's face it- we..

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The Importance of Using Coaching Questions

Wed,Jul 22,2015 @ 12:25 PM | Posted by: Jordan Schmitz

Coaching uses questions all the time. Questions are a great way to learn what your employee is thinking and how they would handle certain situations. As a coach, your goal is to lead the employee towards learning, progress, and solutions, while letting the employee discover these solutions for themselves. Questions are a great way to steer employees in the right directions without giving them..

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