When we sense that the people we are talking with feel unclear or uncertain, we want to be supportive. We want them to feel clear, confident, and empowered. The way to to do this is not by telling; it’s by asking questions.

Helping others feel empowered in the moment takes an approach, mindset, and skill set. It takes being intentional around where you put your focus and the questions you ask.

In this episode, Leadership Coach Deb Elbaum explains a framework and the steps it takes to slow down, be present, and coach someone else to think more positively. If you want to build your coaching skills as a leader, colleague, and friend to help those around you reflect and grow, press the play button now.

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Executive and Leadership Coach Deb Elbaum

Are you a leader who would like to think and act more calmly, clearly, and confidently?

I work with senior executives and emerging leaders to help them better manage leadership challenges — whether navigating challenging work environments, communicating more confidently, or making high-stakes decisions. If you would like to learn strategies to shift unhelpful mindsets and behavior patterns, contact me now for a complimentary strategy session.
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