Happy New Year to All — Coaches Creating Change – Certified Executive and Business Coach Terry Yoffe, nyc, and Coach Laurie Lawson talk about creating changes you might want to consider in the coming year. Using several of the Points of You cards, we looked at different perspectives that can add to change.
In this episode of Coaches Creating Change, coach Laurie Lawson and Professional Career Coach Terry Yoffe, nyc, are ending the year talking about the 11th Core Competency – Managing Progress and Accountability. What does accountability mean for clients during the coaching process and how does managing their progress and being accountable add to their success moving forward? Also, they ended a great 2018 with a review of all of ICF’s core competencies, hoping this will have you ready to face the New Year with awareness and confidence.
TRY Coaching –Power of Trust Webster’s defines Trust as: “firm belief in the character, ability, strength or truth of someone or something”. Stephen Covey quotes: “trust is the glue of … Continue Reading »
Terry R. Yoffe, Business Coach, TRY Coaching — Power of Networking As business professionals, one of the requirements of “doing business” is networking. Having been in the service business most … Continue Reading »
How are You Creating Awareness with Powerful Questioning?
“Coach Laurie Lawson and Executive Coach, Terry Yoffe, discuss ICF’s Core Competency #6 – Powerful Questioning.
It’s not always about the questions but about how you lean into your clients so that your questions are powerful enough to create value and awareness.
Tune in to find out exactly what makes powerful questioning effective and optimizes a client’s ability to discover and learn about themselves and their thinking.”
TRY Coaching – Power of Language Throughout my many years of self-exploration and as the proverbial salesperson in the business world, I came to realize that most people’s verbal communication … Continue Reading »
TRY Coaching — Power of Excellence The great philosopher, Aristotle sums up Excellence quite succinctly: “We are what we repeatedly do, Excellence, then, is not an art, but a habit” … Continue Reading »