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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

What a Coaching Conversation Should Look Like

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This is a guest post by Gregg Thompson. Gregg is the author of THE MASTER COACH:  Leading with Character, Building Connections, and Engaging in Extraordinary Conversations and President of Bluepoint Leadership Development. (Note: in this article, Talent refers to the person being coached.) Be A Great Coach At the risk of sounding too idealistic, there are few things in life that are more rewarding or more meaningful than being instrumental in helping others have better lives. I often refer to c.  show all text
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