The Coaching Sugars 2: Oh, THAT Client
September 19, 2016
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
Designed to explore common coaching dilemmas following a format inspired by Cheryl Strayed's 'Dear Sugar' advice column, Georgetown leadership coaches Mike McGinley and Kirsten Olson, aka 'The Coaching Sugars,' offer soulful, compassionate and REAL coaching advice to coaches and leaders. In the second of three special shows, The Coaching Sugars explore those intense, real, supremely tangly coaching dilemmas we all feel, and sometimes hesitate to explore. This show focuses on working with difficult clients. Do you dread meeting THAT client? Are there issues you find yourself avoiding in your coaching relationship? Bring your issues to The Coaching Sugars, and jump in with Kirsten and Mike! These highly interactive shows encourage call-ins and letters. The Coaching Sugars sure as heck don't have the 'right' answers. But they share thoughts on trying to be authentic, living our coaching purpose--and deal real time with the problem at hand.
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