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The process will involve honesty and candor.
It may be challenging and provocative at times.
And it will be worth it.
This why you need coaching if you are early on in your management career:
- You don’t have all the time in the world to “figure it out.” (If you do, please tell me what organization you work for; I’m genuinely curious.) There is usually some accommodation for missteps, but probably not too many.
- You need someone in your corner. Your coach will care about YOU, what you are capable of, what you seek that may or may not align with company or team objectives, how YOU define success. You might be able to commiserate with you “work spouse” or discuss all these issues over drinks with your BFF, but that’s not a same as having someone who only has your professional interests at heart.
- It doesn’t have to be this arduous. Achievers are not afraid of hard work. Hard work is fine, even energizing, when you get to reap rewards. However, if your efforts and and the work you put in moves away from hard yet beneficial to arduous and pointless, guess what: you need a coach.
We begin with a free 30 minute session.
Only 30 minutes?
What can we possibly accomplish in 30 minutes?
A lot! Try it.
Schedule a free 30 minute session focused on what you would like to accomplish and what you can do about it. In your free 30 minute session, you’ll get 1-2 recommendations to put into practice immediately.
There is nothing to prepare ahead of time. Just get ready to find a path forward.
Click here to schedule your introductory 30-minute mini-session directly into the calendar.
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By helping me develop a framework for tackling challenging business problems, I have been able to more effectively apply critical thinking to providing creative solutions for my clients. Nicole’s unique approach to vetting problems/challenges has helped me become an effective client manager.