In this deeply personal talk, Colby B. Jubenville, PhD shares why we are in a “Coaching Revolution” that insists you either are a coach, you have a coach, or you don’t want to be coached. Great coaches make us have conversations we don’t want to have, do things we don’t want to do, to become something we didn’t think we could become. Great coaches communicate in short, powerful, emotionally compelling ways. They use phrases like, “be the hammer, not the nail,” or “be the best at what matters most” – and that stays with you for the rest of your life. Great coaches help you “go first” to “what you want to become,” and because of the unique relationship formed, your life (and theirs) is better. So, let’s pause for a moment, reflect on your journey, and remember the force of a coaching relationship. It’s a place where connections run deeper and where ripples of change turn into waves of impact.
This interactive session can be delivered in either keynote or workshop format, providing audiences with specific tools to develop skills necessary to lead the next generation of leaders.
All booking is coordinated by Tony Espinosa, Principal at JRA Speakers.