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10 Minute Coaching

We Teach 10 Minute Coaching

So your managers build stronger teams & get better results

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What I found refreshing about this program was how clear, useful, and uncluttered it was. Rather than solving problems and providing solutions, you're asking thoughtful questions and developing the problem solving skills of your team.

Simon Parmar, CFO, Softchoice

Coaching in 10 Minutes

Managers use coaching as a fast, everyday way to get results.

Coaching for Every Manager

Coaching for Every Manager

Managers master proven tools to be more coach-like.

Coaching That's a Habit

Managers build new coaching habits and change the way they lead forever.

What Makes Our Approach Different?

We’ve Cracked The Code

If you want to strengthen teams and get better results, having managers who coach is key. But in the past, it’s been difficult for managers to change the way they behave and be more coach-like and helpful.

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Why coaching?

Teams that don’t get in-the-moment coaching and ongoing feedback are disengaged, more likely to leave and less productive. When time-crunched managers can easily coach in 10 minutes or less they can build stronger, more focused teams and get better results.

Featured Posts

Eric Klein on Bringing Mindfulness to the Workplace

December 11, 2017

I’m very excited to be speaking to Eric Klein. He has been part of my mastermind group for the past 10 years or more, and a real pioneer in mindful leadership and coaching. He was talking about bringing mindfulness into the workplace before “mindfulness” was even discussed in the corporate world.

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Neil Pasricha’s One Best Question

December 4, 2017

You may know Neil Pasricha. He is the author of The Book of Awesome and his latest book, The Happiness Equation, offers fantastic insight into the science of happiness. In this episode, he shares his favourite, most powerful coaching question.

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Laine Joelson Cohen on Culture Change

November 27, 2017

Today’s guest is Laine Joelson Cohen who one of the Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coach Group as well as the Director of Leadership, Executive and Professional Development at Citi. Laine believes that using a coaching style and curiosity as a cornerstone to her work opens up channels of trust and leads to collaboration, performance, and impact.

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