Coaching Up Close: The Skill of Asking Permission

June Coaching Up Close:

The Skill of Asking Permission

Asking permission means just that: asking permission to share a skill, a tool, an idea, a hunch, or anything that comes from YOU. The coaching relationship is participant-driven. If you share your thoughts without asking permission, you have taken over the coaching session and you are actually coaching your agenda, not theirs.

What we’ll cover:

  • Letting participants know they are in the driver’s seat to help build trust and intimacy
  • Listening and respecting when participants say, “No”
  • Questions you can ask to share your ideas

Learn more about Financial Wellness Coaching program by visiting our Innovation Marketplace here!

Thank you to all of our attendees!

Join us next time for another short coffee break-length webinar about holding the focus–one of the four core coaching skills.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 | 10:00 AM PST

People can easily get off track. The skill of Holding the Focus directs a conversation back to someone’s vision, purpose, goal, or commitment. This happens when the agenda is set and throughout the conversation. Sometimes a detour even tie can right in! We’ll share some powerful questions that can unearth good insights while holding the focus.

Sign up for July’s webinar here: link.

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Dedicated to reforming the status quo in order to end persistent poverty, The Prosperity Agenda partners with non-profits and government agencies to reset the mental models that are harmful to the financial wellness and career readiness of families.

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