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Take 5 Coaching – Sales person gets coached on identifying and developing new business growth areas.

by Coaching Out Of The Box

9 minute coaching demonstration of a Brand Director of an globally recognized publication wanting to move into developing new business growth areas.

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Take 5 Coaching — Contract Administrator gets coached on increasing her confidence.

by Coaching Out Of The Box

7 minute coaching demonstration of a Tech Company business lead working on her personal brand and increasing her confidence to promote herself within the organization using the Coaching Out of the Box® 5/5/5 model.

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Practicums; An Inside Look

by Amy Ruppert

A coaching skills practicum is really a laboratory where those who are coaching can experiment with what they FEEL is right versus what they THINK is right. It allows them to test their own natural style of coaching and try things they may not normally risk in other coaching situations. From there, feedback and course corrections are offered to help the coach take the coaching deeper, broader and farther. Without supervision and feedback on their coaching, coaches begin to operate in a vacuum. Habits can be formed that keep the coaching solution/performance focused and at a surface level. While this can be productive and effective, coachee’s will be missing the real power of coaching which is evolution focused and elicits sustainable and pivotal change.

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Take 5 Coaching Session Four – Executive gets coached on being stuck and reluctant to present a large organizational shift

by Coaching Out Of The Box

12 minute coaching demonstration with a V.P of Human Resources for a bio pharmaceutical company who has a large organizational shift to roll out and is reluctant to because he knows there will be push-back.

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“Trust Me!”

by Coaching Out Of The Box

“Self-trust is the first secret of success”. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Sometimes the hardest thing to do is to trust ourselves. Trust that we will make the right decision. Trust that under pressure we will do the right thing. Trust that when placed in a difficult situation that we will be able to cope. Trust that we will say the right thing at the right time. Trust that our coaching skills are good enough or that we are good coaches.

Key to building self trust is listening to our gut instincts; that little twinge deep inside that indicates the best direction or the thing to say in that moment. In coaching, when we ask the question that our gut is telling us to ask, 9 times out of 10 it is exactly what the coachee needs to be asked.

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