Should you have a coach if you are a coach? Spoiler alert: Yes. Yes you should. Every good (and great) coach has at least one mentor, business, or another type of coach to help them work on coaching skills as well as personal issues. Scroll down for show notes and links!
SHOW FLOW and LINKS
The three types of coaching you can get as a coach
What mentoring coach is – and isn’t!
Some bad habits Sandy and Dave worked through with the help of a mentor coach
An important skill that we didn’t learn in our coach training that we later learned with a mentor; other skills we improved after working with a mentor
Why working with more than one mentor coach can be helpful
Why personal development is just as important as working on coaching skills
How emotions and energy and intuition can help – or hinder – your coaching
What Sandy sees when reviewing student PSA (Practical Skills Assessments) and how coaching can help
Benefits of working with a mentor one-on-one vs. in groups
When mentor coaching is a requirement
How group mentor coaching works
How to find a mentor coach
Things that could get in a coach’s way when it comes to getting coached themselves
Better yet, work with one of us!
Find Dave at coachdshen.com
Find Sandy at swansoncoaching.com