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Episode #181 — 01 December 2020 Why Coaching Makes Sense for Water Leaders with Alan Heymann

with Alan Heymann

Alan Heymann returns as a guest in a different role. Alan launched Peaceful Direction where he provides executive coaching services. During this interview, Alan makes the case that coaching can benefit water leaders, especially with all the uncertainty in the world today.

In this session, you’ll learn about: 

  • Why Alan left the water sector to become a coach
  • What coaching is
  • How coaching works in a virtual world
  • Why coaching can benefit the water sector
  • How leaders “make the weather”
  • Why leaders need someone to speak with and how coaches are the perfect fit
  • How to justify coaching with a tight budget
  • The different styles of coaching
  • How to find a coach for you

Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include:

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