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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’s One Best Question

January 15, 2018

Michael Bungay Stanier interviews Eric Klein, author of the bestselling book, Awakening the Corporate Soul. In this podcast, he shares his one best question that resonates, has impact and brings out the best in others.

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Jim Knight on Radical Learning

January 8, 2018

From how simplicity is the key to spreading ideas to an exciting new approach to partnership coaching, tune in as Jim Knight, President of the Instructional Coaching Group, discusses how to create an impact in learning.

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Laine Joelson Cohen’s One Best Question

December 18, 2017

Behind every great coach, there’s a collection of good questions. And, Laine Joelson Cohen doesn’t disappoint. Discover her best question. (You’re going to want to start using it right away!)

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