I am extremely lucky to do work I love and was put on this planet to do. I celebrate with gratitude my work as leadership coach, coaching supervisor, facilitator, and learning and talent strategist.
Looking back, I was always a coach, before I knew what coaching was. I walk alongside the humans I engage with, my clients (and my friends, my direct reports, my colleagues, my family) to be a thought partner. Listening is a skill and gift I offer to the world. I ask powerful questions and listen to the answer. Being fully present is at the core of my coaching and supervision and is in itself a tremendous gift to my clients. Thought partnership is about joining with my clients to help them to find the answers they seek, believing they are capable and whole.
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The basic principles of constructive feedback: 1. Before you give it, ask if they want to receive it. 2. Be clear that you believe in their potential and care about their success. 3. Be as candid as possible in what you say, and as thoughtful as possible in how you say it.