Everyone learns more effectively in relationship. But not every relationship is designed for the purpose of learning. James Comer, an educator and community developer, says “Without a significant relationship, there is no learning.” People connected to people is a powerful platform.
That’s what coaching is, a learning relationship designed to benefit the client that produces new actions and outcomes. Relationships with accountability raise productivity. This combination makes coaching an ideal solution.
When you’re looking for a coach, it’s ideal to keep the relationship at the center.
CoachNet has several tools to help you with the process.
This Question Guide suggests some key questions to ask when you’re interviewing a potential coach:
At CoachNet, we don’t assign coaches. The strength of the relationship is the key predictive factor for effective coaching relationship will be. You’ve got to want to talk to your coach, so the relationship makes a huge difference.