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We're All Coaches...And Here's How to Become a More Helpful One
Whether it''s your supervisees, coworkers, a friend, your kid, grandkid, romantic partner, or a sports team, we all coach. Alas, too often, we fail to help the other person as much as we'd like.
On Feb. 26, my wife Barbara Nemko and I will share what's worked best for us in coaching people. And we have a bit of experience at that. I've been a career and personal coach to 3,900 people over the past quarter century, directed plays, and coached an East Oakland Boys and Girls Club basketball team. Barbara, in her role as Napa County Superintendent of Schools and member of the State Superintendent's cabinet, spends a lot of time in that coaching/mentoring role. Join us for that conversation, plus you can call in for a three-minute career makeover, on Work with Marty Nemko, Sundays from 11 am to noon on KALW, 91.7 FM.