Another year of articles on improving your leadership, your coaching, and marketing your services. Four topics emerge as I review 2016 articles with the most number of views. Here is the best of 2016 leadership and coaching articles.
The first 2 topics concerned coaching. Many coaches are looking for more clients. How to find them and what to charge was at the top of the list of most viewed articles. The second coaching topic answers the question, What is coaching?
Being a great leader means more than employing a few leadership techniques, it’s adopting internal shifts in your mindset that frees you up to behave differently. That’s the third topic. Finally, tips on leadership skills are always popular, and a few of these articles did well too.
When you get the end, let me know what was the most memorable or meaningful article from 2016 for you.
1. How To Market Your Coaching Services
Many coaches are looking for more coaching clients, paid or unpaid. The most viewed articles on keithwebb.com in 2016 were about finding more people to coach. The results of October’s customer survey highlighted this need as well. We will be launching an online course on this topic soon. In the meantime, here’s what I’ve written about finding clients.
2. What It Means To Be A Coach
There’s a lot of talk, and confusion, out there about what it means to be a coach. Coaching is an unregulated field, but there are plenty of standards and best-practices that have been developed. Three articles highlight these.
3. How To Develop Yourself As A Leader
Higher leverage, internal changes produce the most impactful and lasting development in a leader’s life. What we need to be better leaders is not often found “out there.” To develop as a leader, you have to look inside yourself. Grab a cup of coffee and give these articles a read.
4. Leadership Skills You Need To Grow In
Our habits make a big difference in our leadership effectiveness. How you interact with people. How you make decisions. How you manage your schedule. How you think about money. If you develop new leadership skills in these areas you’ll see your effectiveness increase.
Thank you for reading! I’m honored to be included in your personal and professional development.
I look forward to engaging with you in 2017 through this blog, our “live” courses, and our new online courses we’ll be announcing soon.
Question: What was the most memorable or meaningful article from 2016 for you? You can leave a comment by clicking here.