Coaching

Ep 73. Laine Joelson Cohen: The Coaching Advantage

Ep 73. Laine Joelson Cohen: The Coaching Advantage

Laine Joelson Cohen is Director of Leadership and Executive Development at Citigroup. Stew and Laine talk about how to effectively coach others, how to be coached well, how to provide useful feedback, and the importance of networking in a way that doesn’t feel icky…[Click for more]

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Ep 48. Sanyin Siang: Find Your Superpower and Launch

Ep 48. Sanyin Siang: Find Your Superpower and Launch

Sanyin Siang is an author, leadership advisor, and CEO coach. She co-founded and leads the Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics (COLE) at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business.  Her The Launch Book draws on first-hand stories and behavioral science principles to help us all be braver about launching – because she believes that we’re all “launching” all the time.  Stew and Sanyin talk about what happens when we’re trying something new—whether it’s an idea at work, a big move in our personal lives, or the start of a company. To hear more about Inspiration Boards, Impact Boards, building your tribe -- including naysayers -- and more...[Click here]

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Ep 47. Michael Bungay Stanier: Say Less, Ask More

Ep 47. Michael Bungay Stanier: Say Less, Ask More

Michael Bungay Stanier is a Rhodes Scholar and founder of Box of Crayons, a company known for teaching 10-minute manager coaching. He is also the author of The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever. Stew and Michael discuss the term coaching, and Michael argues against advice-giving and suggests taking a slow, deliberate approach to management and coaching....[Click for more]

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