The Coaching Sugars 3: Are You Avoiding the Hard Conversation?

September 26, 2016
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty

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Designed to explore common coaching dilemmas, Georgetown coaches Mike McGinley and Kirsten Olson, inspired by Cheryl Strayed's advice column, 'Dear Sugar,' are The Coaching Sugars. They offer soulful, compassionate and REAL coaching advice to coaches and leaders. In the third show of the 3-part series, The Coaching Sugars will shine some light into a situation we all have faced: Are you avoiding a hard conversation with your client? What do you do when there is something that must be discussed and faced, but you aren't sure how to bring it forward? Learn from the firsthand experience of The Coaching Sugars as they share thoughts on what it means to be authentic, living our coaching purpose--and deal real time with a problem at hand. Bring your issues to The Coaching Sugars and join in for the final program in the series. Call ins are welcome!

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