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We utilize something called the coaching map to strengthen conversations with coaching clients, appropriately initiate coaching conversations, create effective coaching action plans, leverage the coaching relationship and reflect/look forward.

Following are just a handful of examples describing how the Event Garde team can utilize its knowledge and expertise in executive/performance coaching to support you and your work with key stakeholders:

  • Coach speakers to deliver truly engaging education sessions.
  • Partner with executives to identify success barriers and examine possible solutions.
  • Support professionals in need of self reflection/skill enhancement.
  • Identify a variety of alternatives, choose one and develop actionable next steps.
  • Develop confidence in personal decision-making skills.
  • Grow leadership skills through consistent coaching sessions over several months.

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Powerful Coaching Question Examples

Whether you’re coaching boards, speakers, staff, volunteers or other stakeholders, asking powerful questions helps individuals work through the process of self-discovery and generate their own solutions. It’s not necessary to have all of the answers yourself. Rather, the coach’s role is to act as a collaborative and inquisitive partner, drawing out information and creating greater self-awareness. Following are examples of powerful coaching questions you can ask to jumpstart this journey of self-reflection and decision-making.