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Tilt Tuesday #3 - Insights, Quotes, and Inquiries - Coaching for Teams

October 25, 2022 |
Tilt Tuesday #3 - Insights, Quotes, and Inquiries - Coaching for Teams


Directing a vessel on the open seas with a broken rudder is largely futile, and the same ship is even worse off if there isn’t a rudder at all.  Similarly, coaching methods that are flawed will seldom help a team in the desired manner, and without any coaching at all, the team has a much higher likelihood of failure.

No team is perfect, but every team has the potential to overcome shortcomings and produce high-quality work.  Whom, then, should they look to if they need help optimizing the team mindset and identity?  This is where team leaders who can skillfully embody the coach role become relevant. 

Tilt 365 offers the Laser Coaching Masterclass, which can be indispensable for team leaders who seek to develop their coaching skills.  One positive outcome of acquiring the skills in this Tilt 365 offering is that team leaders free their companies from having to hire external coaches to help teams shift to the optimal mindset and hone their identities. During an economic downturn, investing in your own coaching skills can be a game changer. 

For those readers who are interested in developing their coaching skills–regardless of whether they are a team leader or not–details on the Tilt 365 Laser Coaching Masterclass can be found through this link.



“Coaches have to watch for what they don’t want to see and listen to what they don’t want to hear.”

– John Madden

“Good coaching may be defined as the development of character, personality and habits of players, plus the teaching of fundamentals and team play.”

– Claire Bee

“Get the buy in, coach the mind, the rest then follows.”

– Robin Clarkson


From your experience, what were two or three things that a great team leader coach did for you that made a true, positive impact?



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