Embracing Doubt to Be a Better Coach

The behavior expectation of anyone with leadership responsibilities, such as coaches, is to exhibit confidence with all decisions and be all-powerful in their body language. Exhibiting a miniscule dose of self-doubt is verboten. I want to make a case for the positives of embracing doubt as a positive component for coaching success.

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Choose Your Leaders With Care

If you want to see countless books on the same subject matter, search for books on leadership. You will see endless titles focusing on the keys to being a good leader; Servant Leadership, The Five Levels of Leadership, The Leadership Secrets of Nick Saban, The Dichotomy of Leadership, Strengths Based Leadership, and on and on.…

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Model Your Coaching After Abe Lincoln!

Jim Collins, the author of the best-selling business book “Good to Great,” was giving a speech on leadership. He offered the following scenario. “I would like you to picture Abraham Lincoln, sitting there at 1:30 in the morning in October 1862, getting the battle reports from Antietam. Seven thousand Americans, North and South, dying in…

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