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How to Use Regular Tolls to Achieve Goals

This is the fourth in a series of four posts about the RGT coaching method. In the last few weeks, we discussed the basic principles, followed by more detailed posts about Roles and Goals. If you haven’t yet, you might want to read those before proceeding. The T in RGT stands..

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To be a Great Leader, Communicate Clear Goals

Today is the third post in a series of four on the RGT Coaching method. If you haven’t yet, check out the introduction to RGT and last week’s post on “Roles.”..

  • Scott Anderson
  • February 23, 2017
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The Powerful Role of Roles in RGT Coaching

Last week I introduced the RGT–Roles, Goals, and Tolls–Coaching method. As promised, today we’re going to cover the Roles element. When teams learn and practice RGT, they see almost immediate results...

  • Scott Anderson
  • February 16, 2017
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RGT Coaching: Easy to Learn, Powerful Results

For the next few weeks, I’m going to write about RGT (Roles, Goals, and Tolls) coaching. This method can help you nip a lot of unnecessary management and leadership problems in..

  • Scott Anderson
  • February 8, 2017
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Hemorrhoids, Empathy, & Feeling Your Customer’s Pain

Warning: Graphic content! (Not really.) I asked my first copy chief, an intimidatingly enormous Irishman from Y&R named Tom Hagan, what his favorite headline of all time was. Tom, being..

  • Scott Anderson
  • February 1, 2017
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Why D- Can Be A Great Grade For Leaders

If there is one attribute guaranteed to slow you down, it’s perfectionism. I’ve been thinking a lot about adaptive leadership lately (like there’s another kind?) and recently reread a Harvard Business..

  • Scott Anderson
  • January 25, 2017