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How important is having a team when working with a large company? Teri Citterman Clip #2 [Video]

If you have more questions, leave a comment below, or reach out to Michael at Michael@Bayareaexecutivecoach.com Thank you for watching! If you’re interested in working with Michael as your coach or would like to be trained to be an executive coach, please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/ for coaching solutionshttps://bayareaexecutivecoachtraining.com/ for coach training optionsBecoming an Executive Coach – Training Series by Michael Neuendorff (Center for Executive Coaching) https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPu3mUSUQU5TWEzjqFhO_UAlV3eX_aPiZIf you’d love to see more of this type of content please subscribe to this channel to stay up to date with all of the latest videos and content!______Connect With Michael On Social Media:Twitter | https://twitter.com/bay_coachLinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/bay-area-executive-coach/______About:Bay Area Executive Coach is run by Michael Neuendorff, PCC. He’s been coaching people in business since 2008 and is only getting started. After leaving a corporate career at Oracle Corporation in 2008 Michael decided to fully pursue his passion for entrepreneurship and professional development by entering into the field of coaching. Michael has been trained to provide excellence in coaching by the Center for Executive Coaching. Michael works with executives and teams to improve individual and group performance. He is a results-driven coach who looks for commitment, accountability and a growth mindset on the part of his clients. Many engagements begin with assessments such as 360s to establish a starting point for growth. If you’re interested in working with Michael please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/

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The Value Of Debriefing Assessments [Video]

As an executive coach, what is the most important thing I look for when debriefing a psychometric assessment? Stand by to find out this fundamental viewpoint that makes a real difference when evaluating leadership capability. I believe in the value of assessments as a key part of understanding leadership potential and developmental opportunities. And yes, they are only a piece of the puzzle when evaluating someone, but let me give you my perspective on one of the most important parts of an assessment debrief. When someone completes an evaluation, it is critical to conduct a debrief of the results to confirm that it is valid and truly represent the person. One of the key factors I look for is the person’s self-awareness or professional maturity. Here is an example.If someone is inclined to be stressed in certain situations naturally or has a hard time naturally recuperating from a stressful event, many assessments show that this person is inclined to shut down in high-stress scenarios. However, during my debriefs, I probe deeper to see if they are aware of these tendencies and if they do anything to offset what is an instinct. If someone demonstrates that they are aware of how stress affects them, but they have countermeasures like meditation or yoga or exercise to overcome those feelings and anxiety, they are better equipped to handle scenarios as they arise. That is self-awareness or professional maturity; without a debrief, a person’s real abilities could be skewed without proper context. The secret in assessments is ensuring it is debriefed and assessed not only the instincts based on a personality trait but the level of self-awareness, making it a valid piece of the evaluation matrix.——–N2Growth is a global leader in executive search and leadership advisory. We are consistently ranked as a Top Executive Search Firm by Forbes every year since its inception. Our practice focuses on senior executive, board, and C-Level searches. Many of the world’s leading companies seek our advice and counsel on executive recruiting, leadership development, and succession planning.More information can be found at https://www.n2growth.comFollow us on Social Media:https://www.twitter.com/n2growthhttps://www.facebook.com/n2growthhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/n2growthhttps://www.instagram.com/n2growth

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Should You Ever Discount Your Coaching Services? | Executive Coaching Tips [Video]

In this video, Michael talks about whether or not you should ever discount your services and some options you may not considered. If you have more questions, leave a comment below, or reach out to Michael at Michael@Bayareaexecutivecoach.com Thank you for watching! If you’re interested in working with Michael as your coach or would like to be trained to be an executive coach, please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/ for coaching solutionshttps://bayareaexecutivecoachtraining.com/ for coach training optionsBecoming an Executive Coach – Training Series by Michael Neuendorff (Center for Executive Coaching) https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPu3mUSUQU5TWEzjqFhO_UAlV3eX_aPiZIf you’d love to see more of this type of content please subscribe to this channel to stay up to date with all of the latest videos and content!______Connect With Michael On Social Media:Twitter | https://twitter.com/bay_coachLinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/bay-area-executive-coach/______About:Bay Area Executive Coach is run by Michael Neuendorff, PCC. He’s been coaching people in business since 2008 and is only getting started. After leaving a corporate career at Oracle Corporation in 2008 Michael decided to fully pursue his passion for entrepreneurship and professional development by entering into the field of coaching. Michael has been trained to provide excellence in coaching by the Center for Executive Coaching. Michael works with executives and teams to improve individual and group performance. He is a results-driven coach who looks for commitment, accountability and a growth mindset on the part of his clients. Many engagements begin with assessments such as 360s to establish a starting point for growth. If you’re interested in working with Michael please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/

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How Many Times Should You Follow Up With A Coaching Prospect? | Executive Coaching Tips [Video]

Ever wondered how many times you should follow up with a potential client? In this video, Michael discusses the popular question of, “How many times should I follow up?” And how to follow up as a service to the other person. Watch the video to learn more and don’t forget to subscribe for more executive coaching content! If you have more questions, leave a comment below, or reach out to Michael at Michael@Bayareaexecutivecoach.com Thank you for watching! If you’re interested in working with Michael as your coach or would like to be trained to be an executive coach, please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/ for coaching solutionshttps://bayareaexecutivecoachtraining.com/ for coach training optionsBecoming an Executive Coach – Training Series by Michael Neuendorff (Center for Executive Coaching) https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPu3mUSUQU5TWEzjqFhO_UAlV3eX_aPiZIf you’d love to see more of this type of content please subscribe to this channel to stay up to date with all of the latest videos and content!______Connect With Michael On Social Media:Twitter | https://twitter.com/bay_coachLinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/bay-area-executive-coach/______About:Bay Area Executive Coach is run by Michael Neuendorff, PCC. He’s been coaching people in business since 2008 and is only getting started. After leaving a corporate career at Oracle Corporation in 2008 Michael decided to fully pursue his passion for entrepreneurship and professional development by entering into the field of coaching. Michael has been trained to provide excellence in coaching by the Center for Executive Coaching. Michael works with executives and teams to improve individual and group performance. He is a results-driven coach who looks for commitment, accountability and a growth mindset on the part of his clients. Many engagements begin with assessments such as 360s to establish a starting point for growth. If you’re interested in working with Michael please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/

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Client View of First Coaching Session [Video]

If you’ve never worked with a life or executive coach, this video will help you understand what to expect during your first coaching session. In this video, Brighton is a client who has never worked with a coach before. Jennifer Starr is a Master Certified Coach. Brighton and Jennifer have worked together, but never in a coaching relationship.You can also watch the uninterrupted coaching session here: https://youtu.be/DCdyDtWSo_gAnd if you’re a coach, you can watch a Mentor Coach review Jennifer’s coaching here: Oops- that’s not ready yet. Come back in 2 weeks!

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10 Key Elements Within The Close Of A Coaching Session | Executive Coaching Strategies [Video]

In this video, Michael discusses the closing of an executive coaching session. Many coaches coach right up until the last second, thinking this is providing the best value, instead of leaving a few minutes at the end to properly close the session. It is important to make sure you coach during the body of the session and leave about 10 minutes at the end to wrap things up. Michael shares 10 elements within the close to help you achieve a great close to your coaching sessions. Watch to learn more!If you have more questions, leave a comment below, or reach out to Michael at Michael@Bayareaexecutivecoach.com Thank you for watching! If you’re interested in working with Michael as your coach or would like to be trained to be an executive coach, please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/ for coaching solutionshttps://bayareaexecutivecoachtraining.com/ for coach training optionsBecoming an Executive Coach – Training Series by Michael Neuendorff (Center for Executive Coaching) https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPu3mUSUQU5TWEzjqFhO_UAlV3eX_aPiZIf you’d love to see more of this type of content please subscribe to this channel to stay up to date with all of the latest videos and content!______Connect With Michael On Social Media:Twitter | https://twitter.com/bay_coachLinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/bay-area-executive-coach/______About:Bay Area Executive Coach is run by Michael Neuendorff, PCC. He’s been coaching people in business since 2008 and is only getting started. After leaving a corporate career at Oracle Corporation in 2008 Michael decided to fully pursue his passion for entrepreneurship and professional development by entering into the field of coaching. Michael has been trained to provide excellence in coaching by the Center for Executive Coaching. Michael works with executives and teams to improve individual and group performance. He is a results-driven coach who looks for commitment, accountability and a growth mindset on the part of his clients. Many engagements begin with assessments such as 360s to establish a starting point for growth. If you’re interested in working with Michael please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/

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Avoid The Common Coaching Trap Of Adding TOO MUCH VALUE! | Executive Coaching Tips [Video]

In this video, Michael Neuendorff from Bay Area Executive Coach, discusses the trap of trying to add too much value and the downsides it may cause. Whenever you are in a session, take these considerations when pacing your coaching session, so that you don’t end up adding too much value, especially at the wrong time. If you have more questions, leave a comment below, or reach out to Michael at Michael@Bayareaexecutivecoach.com Thank you for watching! If you’re interested in working with Michael as your coach or would like to be trained to be an executive coach, please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/ for coaching solutionshttps://bayareaexecutivecoachtraining.com/ for coach training optionsBecoming an Executive Coach – Training Series by Michael Neuendorff (Center for Executive Coaching) https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPu3mUSUQU5TWEzjqFhO_UAlV3eX_aPiZIf you’d love to see more of this type of content please subscribe to this channel to stay up to date with all of the latest videos and content!______Connect With Michael On Social Media:Twitter | https://twitter.com/bay_coachLinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/bay-area-executive-coach/______About:Bay Area Executive Coach is run by Michael Neuendorff, PCC. He’s been coaching people in business since 2008 and is only getting started. After leaving a corporate career at Oracle Corporation in 2008 Michael decided to fully pursue his passion for entrepreneurship and professional development by entering into the field of coaching. Michael has been trained to provide excellence in coaching by the Center for Executive Coaching. Michael works with executives and teams to improve individual and group performance. He is a results-driven coach who looks for commitment, accountability and a growth mindset on the part of his clients. Many engagements begin with assessments such as 360s to establish a starting point for growth. If you’re interested in working with Michael please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/

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Why I Prefer Sponsored Coaching As An Executive Coach – 4 Benefits of Sponsored Coaching [Video]

In this video, Michael covers 4 benefits of sponsored coaching as an executive coach. As an executive coach, you might believe working directly with clients is the best option, however, after watching this video, you will learn several ways that sponsored coaching has a lot of great benefits! If you have more questions, leave a comment below, or reach out to Michael at Michael@Bayareaexecutivecoach.com Thank you for watching! If you’re interested in working with Michael as your coach or would like to be trained to be an executive coach, please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/ for coaching solutionshttps://bayareaexecutivecoachtraining.com/ for coach training optionsBecoming an Executive Coach – Training Series by Michael Neuendorff (Center for Executive Coaching) https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPu3mUSUQU5TWEzjqFhO_UAlV3eX_aPiZIf you’d love to see more of this type of content please subscribe to this channel to stay up to date with all of the latest videos and content!______Connect With Michael On Social Media:Twitter | https://twitter.com/bay_coachLinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/bay-area-executive-coach/______About:Bay Area Executive Coach is run by Michael Neuendorff, PCC. He’s been coaching people in business since 2008 and is only getting started. After leaving a corporate career at Oracle Corporation in 2008 Michael decided to fully pursue his passion for entrepreneurship and professional development by entering into the field of coaching. Michael has been trained to provide excellence in coaching by the Center for Executive Coaching. Michael works with executives and teams to improve individual and group performance. He is a results-driven coach who looks for commitment, accountability and a growth mindset on the part of his clients. Many engagements begin with assessments such as 360s to establish a starting point for growth. If you’re interested in working with Michael please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/

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How to Avoid The Trap of Giving Advice As A Coach | Executive Coaching Tip [Video]

In this video, Michael goes over a few phrases you might hear from your client that can indicate you are giving advice, instead of guiding your client to formulate a solution on their own. It is important to recognize if you are starting to give advice, and re-direct your question to allow the coachee to arrive at their own answer or solution. As a coach, our ego can sometimes get in the way and want to help, however we may not know the best solution. Avoiding the trap of giving advice is important to keep the session client focused. Watch the video to learn more! If you have more questions, leave a comment below, or reach out to Michael at Michael@Bayareaexecutivecoach.com Thank you for watching! If you’re interested in working with Michael as your coach or would like to be trained to be an executive coach, please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/ for coaching solutionshttps://bayareaexecutivecoachtraining.com/ for coach training optionsBecoming an Executive Coach – Training Series by Michael Neuendorff (Center for Executive Coaching) https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPu3mUSUQU5TWEzjqFhO_UAlV3eX_aPiZIf you’d love to see more of this type of content please subscribe to this channel to stay up to date with all of the latest videos and content!______Connect With Michael On Social Media:Twitter | https://twitter.com/bay_coachLinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/bay-area-executive-coach/______About:Bay Area Executive Coach is run by Michael Neuendorff, PCC. He’s been coaching people in business since 2008 and is only getting started. After leaving a corporate career at Oracle Corporation in 2008 Michael decided to fully pursue his passion for entrepreneurship and professional development by entering into the field of coaching. Michael has been trained to provide excellence in coaching by the Center for Executive Coaching. Michael works with executives and teams to improve individual and group performance. He is a results-driven coach who looks for commitment, accountability and a growth mindset on the part of his clients. Many engagements begin with assessments such as 360s to establish a starting point for growth. If you’re interested in working with Michael please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/

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This Is What An Executive Coach Does With Bryan Gillette | Coaching In Session [Video]

Do you have a body you hate? Hate might be a strong word, so let’s say you have a boss you despise. I can tell you that if you are not happy with the job you have, you can make some changes today!Join Michael Rearden and his guest Bryan Gillette to talk about leadership and success simply and effectively to cure your bad boss’s problem.Make sure to like, subscribe, follow, and share this video.Check Out Bryan GilletteWebsite: https://summitinggroup.com/epic/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bryan.gillette.9LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryangillette/_________________________________________________Michael ReardenWebsite: www.Revenconcepts.comReview & Follow The Podcast On Your Favorite App: https://coachinginsession.buzzsprout.com/Support the Podcast: Paypal, Cash App, VenmoInterested in working with me? – Membership PlansEmail Me: Coachinginsession@gmail.com#executivecoach#leadership#success

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How do you present coaching to a new client? Trevor Blondeel | Clip #1 [Video]

If you have more questions, leave a comment below, or reach out to Michael at Michael@Bayareaexecutivecoach.com Thank you for watching! If you’re interested in working with Michael as your coach or would like to be trained to be an executive coach, please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/ for coaching solutionshttps://bayareaexecutivecoachtraining.com/ for coach training optionsBecoming an Executive Coach – Training Series by Michael Neuendorff (Center for Executive Coaching) https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPu3mUSUQU5TWEzjqFhO_UAlV3eX_aPiZIf you’d love to see more of this type of content please subscribe to this channel to stay up to date with all of the latest videos and content!______Connect With Michael On Social Media:Twitter | https://twitter.com/bay_coachLinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/bay-area-executive-coach/______About:Bay Area Executive Coach is run by Michael Neuendorff, PCC. He’s been coaching people in business since 2008 and is only getting started. After leaving a corporate career at Oracle Corporation in 2008 Michael decided to fully pursue his passion for entrepreneurship and professional development by entering into the field of coaching. Michael has been trained to provide excellence in coaching by the Center for Executive Coaching. Michael works with executives and teams to improve individual and group performance. He is a results-driven coach who looks for commitment, accountability and a growth mindset on the part of his clients. Many engagements begin with assessments such as 360s to establish a starting point for growth. If you’re interested in working with Michael please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/

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How to Manage the Time in a Coaching Session | Executive Coaching Tips [Video]

In this video, Michael discusses how to manage your time in a coaching session. It is important to set session guidelines at the beginning of each session. Clients, in general, will not be keeping track of the time. Keep the beginning, middle, and closing times in mind, so that each section is addressed and given enough time to cover what you have planned to cover with the client. At the mid-point pause and check-in with the client, to make sure you are on track. Keep watching to learn more about how to manage your time in the coaching session! If you have more questions, leave a comment below, or reach out to Michael at Michael@Bayareaexecutivecoach.com Thank you for watching! If you’re interested in working with Michael as your coach or would like to be trained to be an executive coach, please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/ for coaching solutionshttps://bayareaexecutivecoachtraining.com/ for coach training optionsBecoming an Executive Coach – Training Series by Michael Neuendorff (Center for Executive Coaching) https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPu3mUSUQU5TWEzjqFhO_UAlV3eX_aPiZIf you’d love to see more of this type of content please subscribe to this channel to stay up to date with all of the latest videos and content!______Connect With Michael On Social Media:Twitter | https://twitter.com/bay_coachLinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/bay-area-executive-coach/______About:Bay Area Executive Coach is run by Michael Neuendorff, PCC. He’s been coaching people in business since 2008 and is only getting started. After leaving a corporate career at Oracle Corporation in 2008 Michael decided to fully pursue his passion for entrepreneurship and professional development by entering into the field of coaching. Michael has been trained to provide excellence in coaching by the Center for Executive Coaching. Michael works with executives and teams to improve individual and group performance. He is a results-driven coach who looks for commitment, accountability and a growth mindset on the part of his clients. Many engagements begin with assessments such as 360s to establish a starting point for growth. If you’re interested in working with Michael please contact him at michael@bayareaexecutivecoach.com or visit https://www.bayareaexecutivecoach.com/