The topic of feedback comes up a lot in coaching sessions. Giving feedback is an important part of any leader’s job—according to research, 98% of employees will fail to be engaged without adequate feedback! In this Virtual Coaching Tip, Executive Coach Todd Mosetter shares the one grave mistake managers—new and experienced—make when they attempt to… Read More
Many of us defend multitasking and insist it makes us more efficient. After all, why do one thing when you can get two, three, maybe even four things done? The multitasking truth may be hard to swallow, but accepting it is the first step to a more productive future. In this quick Virtual Coaching Tip,… Read More
The quality and caliber of the coaches at Building Champions continues to set us apart. Our coaches are valuable and integral to our team—each one bringing decades of experience and a unique coaching style. As a former CEO and President, Brett Barriage understands the unique role of a CEO—along with the visibility, weight, and responsibility… Read More
The quality and caliber of the coaches at Building Champions continues to set us apart. Our coaches are valuable and integral to our team—each one bringing decades of experience and a unique coaching style. Get to know one of the newest additions to our coaching team, Matt Cummings! Matt not only has leadership experience, but… Read More
Get to know one of our newest coaches, Genena Armstrong! Genena joined our team as an Executive Coach earlier this year. Her warm, energetic personality, along with her decades of experience have made her a valuable addition to the Building Champions family. Learn more about her background and her coaching style in our Coach Interview… Read More
A common question our coaches get is—“How do I move from ‘I want to get this done’ to ‘I got this done?’” Coach Bill Hart walks you through an easy strategy to help you tackle and complete items on your list. It’s so simple and effective that you can start today!
Time is perishable, irreplaceable, and keeps moving forward whether we like it or not. So, how do we make the most of it? By identifying our priorities and using the four-category time management method.
We talk a lot around here about writing a Life Plan and taking a full day away to do it. And while we’re always excited to hear from someone who has just written a Life Plan for the first time, we know the process can be motivating for some and overwhelming for others.
As 2020 comes to a close, Daniel Harkavy reflects on the year and shares the importance of creating a Life Plan. If this year has left you feeling off-course or adrift, it’s time to review, reflect, and plan.
Whether you lead at home or work, how you start and end your day plays a significant role in how you show up as a leader, a friend, and a partner. Principal Coach Dan Foster walks you through how to “bookend your day”, highlighting key elements to intentionally include in your morning and night routines… Read More