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    The Progress Coaching Blog

    Mastering Self-Coaching: Harnessing Your Strengths for Fulfillment and Engagement

    Mon,Feb 19,2024 @ 08:00 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Unlock the transformative power of self-coaching, where we dissect the true purpose of coaching. It's not about changing others but about providing a perspective that empowers personal choice and change. We unravel the enlightening insights from Gallup's annual study, which reveals a startling lack of employee engagement and the crucial need to focus on strengths for strategic self-improvement...

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    Uncovering Hidden Potential: A Leadership Pivot from Frustration to Opportunity in the Workplace

    Mon,Feb 12,2024 @ 08:00 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Ever found yourself grinding your teeth over a team member's flaws, blind to what they excel at? That's the cliffhanger we tackle with a tale of transformation that began with an exasperated manager and an employee's untapped potential. Our conversation pivots on a singular, powerful question that reframes a common workplace conundrum: "What does the employee do well?"

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    Soaring Above: Mastering Personal Growth Through SOAR Analysis

    Mon,Feb 05,2024 @ 08:00 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Unlock your full potential with the transformative power of self-assessment! Our latest episode is a treasure trove of insights, as we sit down with a guest expert to delve into the world of SOAR analysis. This innovative approach moves beyond the traditional SWOT by emphasizing strengths and opportunities over weaknesses. Prepare to reshape your challenges and amplify your strengths like you..

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    Eyes on the Prize: Achieving Goals through Visualizing & Mapping

    Mon,Jan 22,2024 @ 08:00 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Ever wondered why your New Year's resolutions or professional goals never seem to stick? It might be because they're just insubstantial words on a notecard. So, what's the solution? Visualization!

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    The Teeter-Totter: Aligning Employee Goals with Job Expectations

    Mon,Jan 15,2024 @ 08:00 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    The Teeter-Totter: Aligning Employee Goals with Job Expectations

    Have you ever considered the delicate balance of personal goals and job expectations? What if your aspirations for an employee don’t align with their personal ambitions?

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    Balancing Expectations and Goals: The Path to Effective Coaching

    Mon,Jan 08,2024 @ 08:00 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Balancing Expectations and Goals: The Path to Effective Coaching
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    Harnessing the Potential of Employees through SAFE Coachability

    Wed,Dec 13,2023 @ 09:10 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Harnessing the Potential of Employees through SAFE Coachability

    What if the way we've been thinking about coaching in the workplace is all wrong? Instead of viewing coaching as a corrective measure, what if we saw it as an investment in someone's growth?

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    A Hard Truth: Emotional Intelligence First Requires True Self-Awareness

    Wed,Nov 29,2023 @ 08:00 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    A Hard Truth: Emotional Intelligence First Requires True Self-Awareness

    I’ve shared this story before about one of our clients. It’s a prime example of the importance of developing emotional intelligence in your workplace, which can't be accomplished without first developing self-awareness.

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    Discovering Desire: Crafting Questions to Uncover Workplace Motivations

    Mon,Nov 13,2023 @ 08:00 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

    Discovering Desire:

    Crafting Questions to Uncover Workplace Motivations

    What if you could unlock the secret to understanding what truly motivates people? Even more, how can you apply this knowledge effectively in workplace scenarios?

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    Building Relationships as a Coach

    Fri,Jun 26,2015 @ 12:42 PM | Posted by: Jordan Schmitz

    Relationships are tricky, especially in the workplace. One bad relationship with a coworker can negatively affect the work you do with that person, which can lower progress, motivation, engagement, and overall morale. 

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