Posts Tagged "Coaching"

January 15, 2016

In this post, we explore some of the ways in which we’ve seen coaching used as a powerful tool for fundraising leaders, especially development staff of color who are striving to build donor giving programs. Using fundraising coaching and peer coaching groups together can be a powerful resource for development staff as they think about reshaping their approach, breaking old habits, and starting new development practices.
 

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Michelle Gislason
December 12, 2014

At CompassPoint, we use coaching as a powerful tool to deal with challenges, foster self-awareness and move forward to action. Whether you regularly work with a coach or not, coaching questions can be a powerful way of sparking new insights and setting goals. Below, we’re sharing a list created by the Alliance for Nonprofit Management's Coaching Affinity Group that you can you use to take stock of last year and prepare for 2015.
 

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Marissa Tirona
February 4, 2014

A few years ago the Center for Creative Leadership, among others, began to examine whether the field of leadership development is still meeting the needs of leaders given the rapidly changing landscape in which they now lead.
 

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Marissa Tirona
October 9, 2013

In this CompassPoints of View blog post, we talk with Senior Project Directors Michelle Gislason and Marissa Tirona about peer coaching circles: how peer coaching circles came to CompassPoint, how we use them in our work, what the future of peer coaching circles holds, and why we like them!
 

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