HOW DOES SPORTS COACHING DIFFER FROM CORPORATE COACHING?Written by CMOE Development Team
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Sports Coaching Versus Corporate Coaching
In sports, coach can rarely outperform those coached, yet in business coach will probably be an accomplished player. One of most successful coaches in National Basketball Association never played professional basketball. Is it possible to conceive of a successful sales manager who never was a salesperson? In sports, coaching is a full-time job supported in many cases with assistant coaches; in business coach has many diverse responsibilities. In gymnastics coach’s span of control is usually on-on-one. The number of “suits” on bench, during a college basketball game, often equals or outnumbers “uniforms” or actual players. Athletes can practice before game and take time-outs; in business clock is always running. Most athletic coaches see themselves as, first and foremost, teachers. Even though word "coach” has become a popular addition to most managers’ job descriptions, we doubt that many would also include teacher. So while playing field and conditions are different, we believe that there are some unique lessons to be learned from sports coaching and applied to corporate coaching.
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Executive Coaching and Effective Learning Written by CMOE Development Team
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Executive Coaching from Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness (CMOE) consists of highly experienced professionals with “time in trenches,” who understand real demands and pressures you face. Further, they utilize a proven process that will enable you to define priorities, create effective action plans, and stick with your commitments.
If you’ve struggled with changing status quo; if you’ve found yourself overwhelmed by competing demands for your professional and personal energies; if you’re wondering how to create career track that will bring you most satisfaction; if you need assistance in time and life management, strategic thinking, or interpersonal relationships, CMOE’s Executive Coaches may be your solution.
To learn more about Executive Coaching or other leadership skills offered by CMOE, please contact one of their Regional Managers at (801)569-3444. They will be more than willing to discuss their worldwide experience with you in more detail.