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Coaching Character in the Workplace

The ability to coach others to reach for and achieve greater performance levels is a rare gift possessed by outstanding coaches, men and women with familiar names like Vince Lombardi (since I live in Green Bay, Wisconsin, it’s a requirement that I list Coach Lombardi first), Bill Belichick, John Wooden, Pat Summitt, Tony Robbins, John Maxwell, and Ali Brown, to name a few. They are able to see potential in others even if those individuals or teams can’t yet see it in themselves. They quickly recognize gifts and talents that, if nurtured, can develop into remarkable strengths. My particular coaching expertise lies in developing employees and leaders in the workplace. So, for the sake of this article, I’ll stay in my lane, although I have many opinions about football coaches!

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