In this interview, Cultural Mixology founder Jamie Gelbtuch talks about the importance of showing up consistently in coaching. When coaches repeatedly align their values, words, and actions, they show integrity as a person and a professional. It instills trust and confidence in clients as they know what kind of experience they are going to get, which more often than not will lead to repeat business and referrals.
In this interview series, called “Five Things You Need To Create a Highly Successful Career As a Life or Business Coach” we are interviewing experienced and successful life coaches, wellness coaches, fitness coaches, business and executive coaches and other forms of coaches who share the strategies you need to create a successful career as a life or business coach. In this particular interview, we had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Jamie Gelbtuch.
Client intake forms are important. Most coaches and consultants should have them and be using them – and using them effectively. Cultural Mixology was happy to share some tips for coaches on how to effectively use intake forms for this article on the awarenow blog!
Cultural Mixology was pleased to be quoted in the TollFreeForwarding.com blog post on UK vs US: Understanding Communication Differences at Work. Take a look to see how we explain some of these cultural differences.
Check out this interview with Cultural Mixology founder and entrepreneur Jamie Gelbtuch as she shares what inspires her, how she stays focused, and more!
Many cross-cultural trainings bought in the corporate world are the right solution to the wrong problem and yield low return on investment. When a multicultural team is not performing well, culture easily becomes the scapegoat. The team’s issues, however, are not necessarily the result of a lack of cultural knowledge.