The Coaching Sugars: Messy Breakups Between Coach and Client
September 12, 2016
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
Designed to explore common coaching dilemmas, Georgetown coaches Mike McGinley and Kirsten Olson -'The Coaching Sugars'- offer soulful, compassionate and REAL coaching advice for coaches and leaders. Inspired by Cheryl Strayed's 'Dear Sugar' advice column, The Coaching Sugars, Mike and Kirsten will drawn from the coaching files of their friends, colleagues and own experiences to explore those intense, real, supremely tangy coaching dilemmas that coaches feel, yet sometimes hesitate to explore. Coaches are trained not to give advice, but The Coaching Sugars are all about helping. In this first show in this 3-part series, McGinley and Olson will take a look at what happens when coaching isn't working, yet you are contracted to complete the engagement. Join for insights, solutions, wisdoms and the good humor of colleagues who are open to sharing what they know with the rest of us. This show encourages engagement with listeners so plan to call in with your question.
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