Coaches can learn how to help their clients strengthen the “muscle” of their inner observer (made up of their body, emotions, and the language they choose).
Research shows that within a few seconds, we make unconscious and conscious assessments about who we think others are and how they will respond to us.
Newfield Latin America’s Community and Service Program offers coaching in organizations and environments from orphanages to prisons.
There are so many disruptive technologies coming at us all the time that cause us to have to reboot, reset and adapt. So, how do you be resilient and agile?
How do you turn a client prospect into a committed client? The key is to give them a powerful experience of being coached, even during a preliminary “interview” session.
This is a book review of “The Language of Emotions: What Your Feelings Are Trying to Tell You” by Karla McLaren.