Thursday, January 22, 2009

Lessons Learned from Coaching Leaders

Hello Magnificent Coaches!

Welcome to the second K-Cast for the month of January. This is a rather unusual K-Cast, in two ways: it's twice as long as normal (necessary to deal with the topic), and the format is more of a "dialog" rather than the normal Q & A format.

My guest in this audio event is Mark Walztoni, a certified executive coach and an all-around remarkable man. He has a national coaching practice, focused on assisting organizations and leaders to thrive during every career challenge. These challenges include joining a new organization, assuming a new role, leading a team during a merger or acquisition, and forming or accelerating a global or virtual team.

For more information about Mark and his firm’s services, visit or contact him at (505) 466-2695 or at

Mark's extensive experience, in working with leaders to accelerate their successes, brings him to the k-cast with a desire to address these questions - among many others:

"Several research studies indicate that over half of newly hired and promoted leaders fail within the first 18 months in a new role. What are some of the common reasons that a new leader would fail?"
"How is coaching a new leader different from coaching someone who's been in their position for over 2-3 years?"
"How do you begin a typical coaching assignment with a new leader?"

I thoroughly enjoyed this K-Cast experience - and am utterly delighted to bring it to you. I know you'll find our conversation around coaching leaders, whether new or seasoned in their role, of value in your own coaching practice.

Remember to click on the title bar to listen - or "right-click" to download it to your computer or mobile device.


Love and Great Joy,


P.S. We're always on the 'lookout' for K-Cast participants! If you're interested in joining me in the fun, send an email today, to:

Labels: , , ,


Post a Comment

<< Home