In the fast-paced and exceedingly competitive organizations of today, the successful manager, supervisor or team leader has to draw upon similar skills that athletic coaches use to create their winning teams. And winning teams don’t just happen, in the playing field or in the workplace! High-performing teams are created by trained and capable coaches who’ve learned how to mentor, motivate and empower their people to take action. These same coaches have also mastered the skills to manage the under-achievers, those problem players who lack both the aptitude and the attitude to achieve peak performance.
Your success as a coach is directly proportional to your coaching mindset and ability. Take this quick ‘n’ easy self-assessment to gain an insight into your coaching IQ.
Self-assessment: what is your coaching IQ?
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