3 Reasons to Give CoachingQ’s for a Holiday Gift

I gave CoachingQ’s to my clients last year for a Christmas gift. They were a big hit! Do you need a gift idea for clients, colleagues or your whole team of direct reports? Check these out…www.coaching-cues.com

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Reason #3 to give CoachingQ’s for a Holiday Gift:

CoachingQ’s can be used to help individuals in a job search prepare for a job interview. If you know someone preparing to change jobs in 2015 or looking for their first job the teal CoachingQ cards are excellent job interview questions. Use these questions to prepare for a job interview. What a great stocking stuffer for a relative and/or little gift for a colleague.

Reason #2 to give CoachingQ’s for a Holiday Gift:

If you lead a team and you’re looking to liven up your regular meetings try CoachingQ’s. Buy a set for your team or a set for each of your direct reports to use during meetings. Utilize CoachingQ’s as a team builder, ice breaker or training tool during meetings.

And finally, the #1 reason to give CoachingQ’s for a Holiday Gift:

To expand your organizations coaching language and start asking great questions. Great leaders do not necessarily have all of the answers but they do usually ask the right questions. Utilize CoachingQ’s to ask great questions of your team and further coach and engage your workforce. A great gift for teams or anyone in a managerial position.

Alternative Holiday Gift Options for Colleagues and Co-Workers

If you’re still on the fence about what to gift your colleague, co-worker, boss, or team of direct reports take a look at some favorite business books here or visit the Holiday Gift Guide from Entrepreneur.com.

 

+ + + Amy McGeachy, PHR (Vancouver, WA HR Consultant)Amy McGeachy, HR Consultant

Amy McGeachy is an HR Consultant & Professional Development Coach in Portland Metro Area. Amy is a certified HR Professional (PHR) through the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and a Certified Coach through the Coach Training Alliance (CTA) and a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Amy works with businesses in the areas of training, recruitment, employee relations and strategic HR. Contact Amy to learn more.

 

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