Creating Passion-Driven Teams

Creating Coaching Relationships


Coaching relationships should not be confused with performance-based management


As pointed out in Creating Passion-Driven Teams, the overarching purpose of a coaching relationship is to “build a better you.”


Here are several definitions of Coaching that we like:


“Partnering in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires people to maximize their personal and professional potential.”

(from The International Coaching Federation)


“Coaching is a relationship designed to help you:

(1) clearly define your goals and dreams,

(2) uncover the obstacles and self-imposed limitations
      that stand in your way to success, and

(3) get you into action to start to create the results you are seeking.”

(from Susan Biro, a Professional Coach certified by the Coaches Training Institute)


“Consultants give you answers, Coaches ask you questions.”

(from James Flaherty, author of Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others)



If you want a coach, we're connected with some of the best in the world. Just contact us and let us know of your interest Or, you can try to connect with a coach at one of the following sites: 

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NOTE: These links are made available for your convenience. None of the resources listed are officially recommended by Dan Bobinski or (all links open in new windows):


Coach University

International Coach Federation

Success Unlimited Network

Coaches Training Institute

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