The Coaching Sugars: Compromises, Earning a Living, and Being the Coach I Want To Be

December 12, 2016
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty

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The Coaching Sugars are back for their final close-out-the-year show! Next week, December 12 at 11 am EST, the Coaching Sugars, Mike McGinley and Kirsten Olson, will consider 'Compromises, Earning A Living, and Being The Coach I Want To Be.' The Sugars think about the ways new structures at the International Coaching Federation, used for evaluating coaching, are necessary and important, and may also constrict the artistry of coaching, in a letter from an experienced coach. Next they listen in on a letter from a coach who considers whether to cancel a big contract to be the coach they dream of being. As always, The Coaching Sugars offer responses to coaching and leadership dilemmas that are not about giving "the right answers" with a lot of certainty and authority, but instead offering truthful, thoughtful, heart-full advice based on their own coaching and leadership. Real, compassionate coaching and leadership talk, served up straight on December 12. Join us!

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Episode Directory

December 2016

  • 12/12/2016: The Coaching Sugars: Compromises, Earning a Living, and Being the Coach I Want To Be Listen Now
  • 12/5/2016: The Coaching Sugars: Hearing and Honoring Difference, And Remaining True To You Listen Now

November 2016

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