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Mitch Morgan BUS 651 Professor Waldeck 3 October 2013 New York Life Speaker Summary Finding a good coach is hard to come by in today’s world. There are two key components to picking a good coach. The first is that the coachee is willing and ready to be coached. The second component is allowing the coachee to choose whom he or she wants to work with. Outside of these two, experience is one of the key assets a coach needs when searching. Experience can be found all over the place. Unlike New York Life, you can find someone with previous experience at competitor companies or within the workplace itself. Going off experience, someone with a good business insight can also be a good coach. A good coach also derives from the 10,000 hour rule. This states that someone needs 10,000 hours of practice at something before they become great. A good coach will also be practicing constantly to make
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Unformatted text preview: perfect. Those are the ways to find a good coach and to be able to notice one when you see it. You create a good environment for coaching by having a desire to learn and grow. From that, you need to have chemistry with those you’re working with. That will instill your ability to be able to coach people. A good environment for coaching begins and ends with chemistry. That will allow your “coachees” to discover themselves and reach their maximum potential. A good coach will develop the coachee in order to reach those potentials. They will have a certain methodology to live by, and the coachee must learn the skill and practice. The coach then should provide feedback so they can prosper and succeed. Therefore, you create a good environment for coaching by having chemistry with your coachees....
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  • Fall '13
  • NancyWaldeck
  • Business, Skill, good coach

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