Got 20 minutes? Try the 6-question approach to coaching

By Sarah Breigle on January 20, 2016

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season has subsided. Chances are good that you’re back at your desk, fully immersed in everything that the start of the New Year brings. If you’re like us, you’ve got plans for the year outlined in a PowerPoint deck and have dutifully shared them with a myriad of stakeholders. You’re off to the races, right?

Yes, and in order to lead your team to a successful 2016, now is the time to commit to regular team coaching conversations. This encourages candid dialogue, creates a space for feedback, and ensures alignment around the direction of the business.

Not sure how to get started? In this short video clip, world-renowned leadership coach Marshall Goldsmith shares six simple questions to make this daunting task more feasible.

Try it and let us know what you think.

What questions would you add to Marshall’s list? Share them with us in the comments section below.

Posted in Blog, Coaching, Executive Development, Leadership Development, Talent Management, Team Effectiveness

About Sarah Breigle

Sarah Breigle is an avid supporter of all-things marketing at Linkage, a content marketer, and an aspiring author. When she's not editing the blog, she can be found following the latest news about any and all equestrian sports and spending time with her husband and son exploring New England.
2 comments on “Got 20 minutes? Try the 6-question approach to coaching
  1. Kerry Watson says:

    Any chance you can publish a transcript for those of us who can’t listen to audio in a crowded workplace?

    • Sarah Breigle says:

      Hi Kerry,
      Thanks for reading our blog and for taking the time to write in. Our team is busy talking about how we can make this a standard practice moving forward.
      More details to come–
      Warm Regards,

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