Boy Scouts of America and Leadership Coaching

Written by CMOE Development Team

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CMOE: Thenrepparttar Professional Development Division got involved?

Dennis: Only because our Chief Executive Officer after a number of focus group sessions with new Unit Serving Executives, recognized that our organization hadn’t providedrepparttar 136899 tools or process to be a good coach. Our projected growth and increased competition for attracting and retaining top caliber people further spotlighted this. Then we were asked to get involved.

CMOE: What has been your experience withrepparttar 136900 CMOE’s Leadership Coaching Workshop and Coaching Model?

Dennis: We know this gives themrepparttar 136901 tools to implementrepparttar 136902 Coaching function of our OMS and be more effective in their day to day interaction withrepparttar 136903 professional staff.

CMOE: Can you give us some examples ofrepparttar 136904 Coaching Model working?

Dennis: Two come to mind. A Field Director attendedrepparttar 136905 workshop two weeks prior torepparttar 136906 quarterly reviews. He called back to relate how well they had gone and that they exceeded his expectations for a positive performance feedback and development session. The second was a Staff Leader who usedrepparttar 136907 model in a corrective discussion. She called me to report that with this tool,repparttar 136908 results were more positive than she had ever expected and thatrepparttar 136909 employee was making some real progress. There are many more examples but these two arerepparttar 136910 most recent.

CMOE: Any other thoughts you would like to share?

Dennis: As a not-for-profit organization we are excited about helping our leaders become even better coaches. This will help them maximizerepparttar 136911 contribution of our employees and volunteers and better enable us to achieve our Mission.

To learn more about Leadership Coaching and CMOE’s experience with organizations around the world please visit CMOE or contact one of our Regional Managers at (801) 569-3444

Catering Business or Working in a Restaurant

Written by Dilip Shaw

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A catering business tends to be less steady than a restaurant. And if you're starting atrepparttar ground level, it's unlikely you'll be needed every day. If you start up your own catering business directly out of culinary school, you'll have to build your own reputation-and you won't have a storefront to lure people in. You'll rely on friends and connections for your business, which is guaranteed to be slow at times. And you'll have to invest in a lot of your own cooking supplies, which can be expensive.

If you're in culinary school and are considering working in catering when you complete your degree, you should takerepparttar 136849 time now to find a job or internship with a catering company. Not only will this provide a prospect for future employment once you finish your course work, but it will also give you a realistic, inside look at howrepparttar 136850 catering sector works.

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