Going it alone is old fashioned and self centered and, frankly, makes life difficult! Kate believes in working smarter NOT harder and has discovered that collaboration is the way of doing it. Do you want to learn to work less and accomplish more? Join us for this fun and engaging conversation and go away with tools for your success!
About Kate Steinbacher
Kate Steinbacher, PCC: is a consummate entrepreneur, collaborator, and agent for fun and change as well as a coach, speaker, and prolific writer of self-development articles. She’s enjoyed being a corporate HR manager for a fortune 100 company as well as a Cruise Director on board luxury cruise ships. A business team manager and speaker/emcee for American and International groups, Kate has also served as an active Business and Personal Coach since 2001.
“Coach Kate” has owned, operated, and marketed four successful small businesses. Currently she is a principal in The Coaching Advantage and Co-Founder of The Coaches Console along with her business partner Melinda Cohan.
Change and action have always been allies for Kate’s success. Not only is she passionate about people and business and fostering positivism and possibility, but also about fostering individual and corporate greatness through the use of professional coaching skills. Part of Kate’s driving force is her passion to get the world coached and her sense of fun.
Kate’s Coaching Suggestion
1) Kate suggests that we examine our lives to discern where we are going it alone—and why. Do we have to go it alone or can we delegate the job in ways that allow others to shine and that allow us to learn new ways of accomplishing the task?
2) She also suggests that we review our connections and contacts to discover who might be our “Tontos” in the work place and/or at home. We should then evaluate their strengths and discuss with them how we can collaborate to accomplish more with less effort.
Kate’s Quote for the Day
“Life is to be lived. If you have to support yourself, you had bloody well better find some way that is going to be interesting.” ~Katherine Hepburn
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