You could say I have a passion for coaching. I coach my daughter’s volleyball team, not only because I love the sport, but because I love helping others be successful. This follows me to the office too. Nothing gives me more satisfaction than seeing people grow and develop in their careers and realizing their potential. It gives me great joy to see mentees take on a new role or leaders building their social brands. Coaching fuels me.
The fringe benefit of coaching? The plethora of things I learn from those I coach and mentor – not only about business or sports – but about myself.
Here are a few of the I’ve learned over the years: read more