People don’t always understand the true definition of coaching. It often gets confused with managing, or directing, or teaching. But there is a very big difference between coaching and those other disciplines. Most of those tasks are concerned with one certain part of the person, be it a subject, like math, or a skill, like a musical instrument. Coaching, on the other hand, focuses on the whole person, ane each of their parts, not just one subset. Especially in a work context, if you’re going to coach someone, you have to understand all the different dimensions of that person. A really big part of being a coach is knowing who you’re dealing with, and how to make a connection with them because the connection is what really drives your ability to change through coaching. Everyone can be a coach, be it a parent, a leader, an employee, or a boss, if they start to build up the person as a whole. Rusty Komori explores how to achieve coaching success in this expert sales interview, hosted by John Golden.
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