Would you consider yourself a leader in a group? Are you the one who likes to take charge? Or are you a bit more likely to sit back and participate and listen? Either role requires a pretty extensive skill, listening. If you are a coach, it is vital for you to practice curious listening in which you display curiosity in your expressions and reactions. Really show that you are listening and taking in their comments. And if you are more of a participant, the one being coached, it is also extremely important to be a listener. You must listen closely to your coach, don’t talk back or interrupt. Be interested in what they are saying, because you are ultimately the one who is going to learn from what you hear.
Whether or not you are the coach, or the one being coached – here are a few recommendations on how to improve both experiences.
Coach and Be Coached
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