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  • When Knowledge Isn't Enough

    When Knowledge Isn't Enough

    Knowledge only explains 38% of the variance in business value. What the other 62% of performance?

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  • What Does Faith Have to do with Performance?

    What Does Faith Have to do with Performance?

    A key element of performance is our Faith--what we believe about ourselves and what we believe about others (including our organization as a whole). It has a massive impact on our performance.

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  • Coaching Sparks the Fire of High Performance

    Coaching Sparks the Fire of High Performance

    A key element of performance is our Fire. Fire is our passion and drive to do something and to do it well. While it can seem difficult to control, it has a massive impact on our performance.

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  • Focus: The Key Lever of Performance

    Focus: The Key Lever of Performance

    Focus is about what we pay attention to and how we manage inconsistency and interference that would otherwise negatively impact our performance. Choosing what we focus drives results.

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  • Bridging Gen X and Millennials through Xennials

    Bridging Gen X and Millennials through Xennials

    Everyone knows about Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers. But a small subset in there is attracting attention. Xennials are a group with some particular characteristics. Learn more in this blog.

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  • What's It Like to Work with InsideOut Development

    What's It Like to Work with InsideOut Development

    You have a lot to consider when choosing a coaching solution. Start by learning from current customers. See what clients have to say about InsideOut Development based on a survey of 200 clients.

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  • Test Your Coaching Trivia Knowledge

    Test Your Coaching Trivia Knowledge

    80% of HR leaders say coaching improves productivity. Test your knowledge of coaching trivia in this quiz. Plus, discover some coaching stats that will actually make you a better coach in the process.

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  • What Your Gen X Boss Wishes You Knew

    What Your Gen X Boss Wishes You Knew

    A GenXer has more in common with you than you might think. Because they are the “sandwich” generation, they have one foot in the values of the boomers and one in the mindset of millennials.

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  • 3 Ways Coaching Can Benefit Employees in the World of AI

    3 Ways Coaching Can Benefit Employees in the World of AI

    Artificial intelligence is transforming business but may leave employees both worried and curious about how it affects their jobs. Coaching can help them face the changing technology in your industry.

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  • 3 P's to Make Tough Conversations a Little Easier

    3 P's to Make Tough Conversations a Little Easier

    Only 14% of HR pros think their managers have effective tough conversations. These three P’s will make your alignment conversations more manageable so you can draw great performance from your team.

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  • How to Easily Avoid Common Mistakes from an InsideOut Mindset

    How to Easily Avoid Common Mistakes from an InsideOut Mindset

    An InsideOut Coaching Mindset is fundamental to drawing higher performance out of employees, but it’s not an end-all, be-all solution. Discover 2 things most HR pros get wrong and how to get it right.

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  • 3 Benefits of a Coaching Culture—as an Intern Sees It

    3 Benefits of a Coaching Culture—as an Intern Sees It

    Before working at InsideOut Development, this intern had never even heard of a “coaching culture.” Now he shares 3 elements of InsideOut Development’s coaching culture that impacted him the most.

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  • The GROW Model and Goal Setting

    The GROW Model and Goal Setting

    Learn about goal-setting and how to use the GROW® Model as a decision-making framework. It seems simple, but one of the most common distractions in problem-solving is focusing on the wrong goal.

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  • Considering and Evaluating Options Using the GROW Model

    Considering and Evaluating Options Using the GROW Model

    The key element in problem-solving is using reality to generate solutions. Learn how to use the GROW Model® as a framework for any problem-solving or decision-making process.

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  • Find Your Way Forward with the GROW Model

    Find Your Way Forward with the GROW Model

    A planning session isn’t helpful unless you leave with an actionable next step. Learn how to use GROW as a framework for any problem-solving or decision-making process.

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  • Using the GROW Model to Assess Reality

    Using the GROW Model to Assess Reality

    Reality is the way you see the world and how you view challenges and your ability to handle them. The GROW Model can help you assess your reality when making a decision or solving a problem.

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  • Intro to the GROW Model and Performance Wheel

    Intro to the GROW Model and Performance Wheel

    The GROW® Model is a systematic approach to decision-making that helps determine where you want to go and how to get there. Think of it as a framework to consider actions to take.

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  • Would Your Employees Unfriend You?

    Would Your Employees Unfriend You?

    “Would your people hire you to be their leader because of the difference you make?” Use these 6 tips to show employees how much you care. Plus take a quiz to see if your team would “unfriend” you.

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  • How to Get Executives Invested in Your Coaching Initiative

    How to Get Executives Invested in Your Coaching Initiative

    Getting the right people on board is especially critical when building a coaching culture. Read on for 5 steps to get executive buy-in and the 4 key business results executives really care about.

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  • 12 Leadership Lessons from Sesame Street

    12 Leadership Lessons from Sesame Street

    The characters of Sesame Street have entertained, inspired, and educated children for years, but these fuzzy characters have some great lessons for leaders, too.

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