Volume 6, Issue 7

Coach Vickie Bevenour, PCC  - www.CoachVickie.com

August/Sept  2008

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... is a quick tip ezine for Managers who believe in "Results Derived from Within"
Written by: Vickie Bevenour, a Professional Certified Coach, PCC


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Coach Vickie Bevenour
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The RDW Group, Inc.
114 Partheni Court
Cary , NC 27519

August / September 2008

Your Personal Gold Medal   

When we look back on the year 2008, the summer Olympics in Beijing will be among the highlights.  The images of Michael Phelps with his eight gold medals or of Coach K with his all star, gold medal team, now have taken their place in history.

From my perspective, never has the power of coaching been so powerfully demonstrated than at the recent Olympics.  It makes me request that you ask yourself, “What is it that I want to accomplish in the next six months, and who can help me do it to the best of my abilities?”

The definition of a coach is: a knowledgeable independent observer, who gives feedback, teaches skills, expands awareness and provides any support needed to improve player performance.  While this is very accepted in the sports world, the business world is still in catch up mode in their use of coaches.  For you, a coach can help you:

  • Leverage your scarce time
  • Accelerate your performance by using your natural strengths
  • Enhance your personal communication power
  • Overcome self limiting responses in specific situations
  • Find balance

Do any of these situations resonate with you? Make a wise investment in yourself, your career and your company by achieving results through working with a coach.  Go ahead, talk with your Manager about the specific reasons why you should work with a business coach and you will have taken the first step towards creating your personal gold medal performance.

Congratulations, you have taken the next step to deriving results from within.


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