10 Ways a Lawyer Can Benefit from Working with a Professsional Coach
From the Blog Lawyer Information this post on how lawyers can benefit from having a professional coach. Here's an excerpt:
Coaching is a collaborative process that is focused and results
oriented. A Professional Coach can help lawyers overcome challenges,
increase strategic thinking and improve communication skills. In
addition, many lawyers hire Coaches to help them develop a savvy
professional image, cultivate ongoing career and personal goals and to
achieve greater work-life balance. Unlike a consultant, a Coach doesn't
come in and solve the problem for you. Instead, a Coach partners with
you to assess how best to resolve issues and achieve your goals.
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