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Dan McCarthy

Steve -
Great post! You've nailed this one pretty good. I agree, understanding – and buying into the need – is where it all starts, and without that, the rest is a waste of time.
The only essential I’d add to your list is giving the person some ideas on how to improve – or directing them to the right resources. But we’d need to figure out what to call this that starts with a “C”. (:

Steve Roesler

Dan,

Yep, those would surely be part of the whole deal. At the airport. Maybe by the time I reach the destination I'll figure out a way to put a C heading on your additions.

Thanks for joining in . . .

Mary Jo Asmus

Steve,

Great post, and wonderful insight. There is no doubt that you are coaching within the CONTEXT of the client's world, and you and the client are COLLABORATING on outcomes. You must be very good at CREATING a CONFIDENTIAL environment. (Couldn't resist - but isn't it interesting that COACHING embodies so many "C" words?).

Steve Roesler

Mary Jo,

I think you've unselfishly CONTRIBUTED to some CORRESPONDING CONTENT!

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