By Joseph T. Bismark
Coaching is like tailoring a suit. The tailor makes the suit according to the client’s specification. Custom tailoring entails a higher level of client’s involvement in the production process. Same goes for coaching.
To be an effective coach, you need to tailor your coaching style to your students’ needs. You need to know what inspires them, what motivates them, and what they want to achieve for themselves. You need to be able to help them conquer their doubts, apprehensions, and fears. This is what will make your students trust and respect you...
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