Helanie Scott

May 14, 2012

The Leadership Coaching Framework should be built Brick by Brick

The practice of a leadership coaching framework reminds me of a story I once read that goes a little like this… A man was walking along a city street and came upon a crew of bricklayers at work. He stopped and asked the first one, “What are you doing?” The bricklayer looked up, shrugged and answered, “I’m laying bricks.” The man continued along until he encountered another worker. He asked her, “What are you doing?” And the worker replied, “I’m […]
February 1, 2012

Don’t Take My Word for It

“No one likes to hear you toot your own horn,” I was told from an early age. “It’s bad form and very unbecoming!” If I had know then what I know now, I would have replied, “Oh, yeah? Tell that to Louis Armstrong!” When I went into business for myself, I learned that you have to advertise, which amounts to blowing your horn rather loudly. As Thomas Jefferson said, “The man who stops advertising to save money is like the […]
January 16, 2012

The Leadership Coaching Box Bears Many Gifts

Sharpening your leadership coaching skill is essential for achieving sustainable results. Coaching helps you advance the skills, knowledge and attitude of employees to perform at their peak. According to the featured article Managers Must Enter the Coaching Box to Help Develop Their Team in Workforce, there are most likely three reasons why managers don’t coach: 1. Don’t understand the value of coaching 2. Don’t possess the skill to coach others 3. Don’t dedicate the time CoachQuest will give you skills and […]
October 24, 2011

Helping workers become more valuable and productive relies on Leadership Coaching

Coaching in the news from India. In an interesting article from Fast Company, Phaneesh Murthy, CEO of iGate Patni, a top-10 Indian outsourcing company, where Murthy oversees 26,000 employees he states; “We’ve developed much stronger training programs in-house” What do engineers experience through their developmental cycle? Murphy says; “Four months of training in engineering fundamentals, and then for eight months the new hires are paired with a senior person for mentoring.” This commitment to ongoing education is something U.S. companies […]