Posts Tagged ‘Sam’

Sam Sees His 360 Results and Gets Serious

Posted by Beth Minton on Wednesday, February 12, 2014
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Sam learns how several of his key stakeholders perceive him, and he’s not too happy. But he manages to stifle his anger and his harsh inner critic long enough to acknowledge his numerous positive traits that had helped him be successful. This is the third in a series of coaching stories about Sam (a fictitious client) and his growth as a leader.

Sam Has An “Aha” Moment

Posted by Beth Minton on Thursday, November 21, 2013
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Sam is just starting to see that his success as a young marketing executive has been in spite of his failure to collaborate with others beyond the team he manages. As he talks about his role models, he begins to connect the dots. This is the second in a series of coaching stories about Sam (a fictitious client) and his growth as a leader.

Sam Starts Coaching and Stops Denying

Posted by Beth Minton on Tuesday, October 8, 2013
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Sam is an ambitious, accomplished VP of Marketing with all kinds of potential. The only problem is that he’s blind to his own leadership shortcomings and has been oblivious to not-so-subtle cues that he’s rubbing people the wrong way and losing his followers. This is the first in a series of coaching stories about Sam (a fictitious client) and his growth as a leader.