Some “Best Practices” for 2010

When I launched my SeattleCoach Training Program 21 months ago I wasn’t sure what would happen. Now, still in our second year, 23 amazing men and women are members of a great and growing tribe of coaches. Each is unique in what he or she is offering, but they share a passion for becoming really good at the craft and purpose of coaching.

Here’s why I believe we’ve taken off like this:

1. I interview and select people who are accomplished and mature enough to work and be challenged at a very high level. Each is on a mission. (Plus they make me look really good.)

2. Each cohort becomes a team marked by kindness, excellence, transparency, courage and hard work.

3. We laugh.

4. I love and am inspired by each of them.

When Conan O’Brien said his Tonight-Show goodbyes a few days ago, he said, “If you do not become cynical, if you work hard and are kind, amazing things will happen.”

Amen Brother.

About SeattleCoach

I'm a leadership coach for talented people and their systems. And I train some of them to be coaches. Working with me, you can count on creativity, curiosity, humor, optimism and challenge. Our key ingredients are your growing awareness, your willingness to try things, and our relationship.
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