What 20 Leading Coaches Do To Stand Out In A Crowded Market
Incorporate Organizational And Team Dynamics
I provide prescriptive coaching for issues where loss of talent or litigation are of concern. My holistic approach goes beyond individual coaching to further incorporate organizational and team dynamics. The core differentiator in my skills comes from my background in counseling and conflict resolution (mediation). Through those, I have developed expertise in interpersonal workplace dynamics. – Candice Gottlieb-Clark
What 17 Leadership Gaps Look Like (And How Companies Can Address Them)
Insufficient Trust, Role Clarity And/Or Conflict Management
When it comes to workplace dynamics, I have found that leadership gaps arise from weakness in one or more of three areas (I call this the three-legged stool of leadership): trust, role clarity and conflict management. The gaps are identified by the team’s behavior. Low accountability, silos, unwanted turnover, frequent complaints and poor teamwork are some of the key warning signs of these gaps. – Candice Gottlieb-Clark
16 Lessons Coaches Learned By Working With Their Own Coach
Who coaches the coach? Whether the focus of a coaching practice is on helping clients improve their businesses, careers, leadership skills or personal confidence, without finding guidance in their own lives and tending to their own needs first, a professional coach may struggle to help others do the same.
Many members of Forbes Coaches Council, understanding the immense value of the work they do, opt to engage with a coach themselves. Below, 16 members share what they’ve learned from those experiences, exploring how working with a coach has impacted where they are today in their practice and how they deliver services to their clients.
New Book by Candice Gottlieb-Clark
Even the most talented and well-meaning leaders have blind-spots. Gaps in their awareness impact teamwork, create conflict, lead to a loss of talent.