Why 3 simple questions can help you become a better coach
On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being not at all and 10 being extremely, how important is it in your role (as a manager, leader, parent, sports coach, volunteer etc) that you are good at coaching others? By this I mean helping them to grow the skills they need to keep improving. Do you have a number between 1 and 10? Good….Next question.
Again, on a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being rubbish and 10 being world class, how good are you at coaching at the moment? If you’re like most of the people I work with, your second number will be lower than your first which is great news as you have identified an opportunity where you can improve in an important area.
Now question 3: how do you know how good you are? If coaching is important to you, and you don’t know how to measure if you’re any good or not, how will you know if what you’re doing to improve is working?
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My wife and I went to see comedian Kevin Bridges in Glasgow recently. He’s one of our favourites and as always, he didn’t disappoint. The part that had me laughing the hardest was about social media and how some people seem to want to make everything about them