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Answers to Your Questions About Executive Coaching
  By: Susan Dunn
Coaches help executives increase their productivity, quality, work relationships and work satisfaction by increasing their emotional intelligence. They also help the executive define authenticity and values. Skills, training, education and experience will get you in the game, but the higher up you go, the more your emotional intelligence makes the difference.

Coach Others to Success
  By: Gary Lockwood
Using a coach is the latest way for people to get ahead in today's crazy business world. Consider the impact you can have by offering to coach your partners, employees and clients. Here's how you can be a coach to the people around you and help them to achieve their goals faster and easier.

eMail Tips for Coaches Who Want to Succeed
  By: Susan Dunn
Coaching is a relationship field. Many of us offer unlimited email along with our coaching. Here are some ways you can make your emails professional yet engaging.

Mentors
  By: Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE
Good mentors are the people who put the gas in your tank and give you a road map to where you want to go.

Thinking to Coach? Coach to Think!
  By: Brian Ward and Judy Worrell
7 tips for moving people beyond acquiring knowledge to gaining wisdom


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