The Progress Coaching Blog

Using Supplemental Coaching to Drive Self-Awareness

Mon,Sep 25,2023 @ 08:15 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

Supplemental Coaching Reinforces Self-Awareness

Imagine transforming your professional life and relationships just by becoming more self-aware.

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Mastering Self-Awareness For Effective Interactions

Mon,Sep 18,2023 @ 08:00 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

Mastering Self-Awareness For Effective Interactions

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Exploring the Power of Self-Awareness & Empathy

Mon,Sep 11,2023 @ 08:45 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

Personal Journeys and Professional Advancement

Did you know that owning up to our shortcomings is crucial for self-awareness and can dramatically boost our personal and professional skills?

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Unlocking Self-Awareness: The Power of Thoughtful Questioning

Tue,Sep 05,2023 @ 09:34 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

The Power of Thoughtful Questioning to Unlock Self-Awareness

Has anyone ever pointed out a trait you weren't aware you possessed?

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The Coach That Needs Self-Coaching

Tue,Sep 04,2018 @ 07:45 AM | Posted by: Katie Allbee

I'm going to say it- it's easier to coach someone else than it is to coach yourself. Just think about it, how often do we latch on to giving our two cents when it comes to anything? From giving our friends some advice on a new diet, telling someone how to optimize their workflow, to relationship advice and how to handle conflict at work. All of these things require little or no acceptance or..

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Wed,May 11,2016 @ 09:09 AM | Posted by: Tim Hagen

One of the things that is happened in the training and coaching industry but I think at times has been damaging is the employees perception it's the company's responsibility to train them. There is something so wrong about this perception and understanding by employees. Self-development is a powerful concept but I also think it's one that needs to be taught and facilitated. If people invested in..

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Self-Development... What's in it For Them

Mon,Jul 13,2015 @ 11:21 AM | Posted by: Jordan Schmitz

Self-development can be a frustrating subject for coaches. Ultimately, the amount of self-development that an employee does is up to them. What employees might not know is that any self-development they do benefits the entire company. Your job as a coach is to inspire employees to pursue self-development. This is where WIFT comes in.

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