Internal coaches may find themselves working with an array of situations from front-line to boardroom. Some managers seek out coaching to strengthen communication or another specific skill. Others want a sounding board when making professional or personal decisions. While some people have heard of coaching, few have personal experience working with a coach.
The internal coach may be someone recognized as wise, kind, compassionate, or someone who holds up a mirror. Over time, internal coaches develop a process that allows them to serve the needs of a wide array of situations and needs of the organization.
Here are six essentials to help build your process: [Read more…]