Laurie and Bernie covered the territory in interviewing me about my experience coaching in the workplace, my book, and my blog. Their questions included: what influenced me to become a coach, why managers should be interested in acquiring coaching skills, what topics managers most commonly want to address, and how to coach teams.
Coach Chat describes itself as a weekly radio show giving coaches a venue to discuss the latest in coaching techniques, share concerns and issues they are confronting, communicate information about opportunities and special events, and develop the future of ICF-NYC. They also give non-coaches an opportunity to become more familiar with coaching. It’s a 30-minute show that encourages listeners to be part of the action.
If you are an executive coach or manager who has experienced coaching in the workplace and would like to be interviewed for Coaching Mojo for Managers, please contact me so we can set up a time to talk.
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